The Dashboard (wp-admin) is the first screen you see when you log into the administration area. The main idea of the dashboard is to give you a place where you can get an at-a-glance overview of what’s happening with your site.
At a Glance
The At a Glance module is exactly what it sounds like! It offers an “at-a-glance” look at your blog’s posts, pages, comments, theme, and spam. Click on the links and you’ll be taken to the associated screen. There is a count of your total comments and spam caught by Akismet. You can also click on the numbers to load the appropriate comments screen.
The module has a lot of new functionality to make working with comments quick and easy from the Dashboard.
Down the left-hand side of the Admin Dashboard and on every page you will see your main admin navigation menu. This is where you’ll find all the installed modules, plugins, and WP options.
Hovering your cursor over each of the main menu options will display a ‘fly-out’ menu with the various choices for that particular menu option. Once you click each of the main menu options, that particular menu will expand to show all the available options within that section (if there are any).
The main Artsopolis menu options and their usage are:
The Artsopolis Event Calendar module remains one of the most robust solutions in the industry. Visually powerful, easy to manage, our event calendar is loaded with features and continue to expand as our network members help guide the development of our product. Learn more…
The Organization Directory module provides an enhanced listing of registered community organizations available for searching or browsing. Learn more…
The Venue Directory module provides an enhanced listing of registered venues available for searching or browsing. Learn more…
Our Classifieds module allows you to list unlimited classifieds of any type, including auditions, jobs, items for sale/rent/free, calls for artists, volunteer opportunities, and more. Learn more…
The Artist Directory module allows you to showcase artists living and working within your community.
The Public Art Directory module provides for a stand-alone directory of local public art pieces (i.e. sculptures, fountains, murals, etc.).
The Arts Education Directory module is a robust directory of program offerings by cultural organizations and individual artists to schools, community centers, families, and any other entities interested in arts education opportunities for young people.
The CSV Export allows you to export data from your database.
Our Syndication tool allows you to create and provide feeds of your content to other sources.
The Reports tab provides information about the event “click” activity on official website, buy tickets, and discount tickets (if applicable).
The main WordPress menu options and their usage are:
This is where you can create a new Blog Post. You can also update your Categories and Post Tags. More information on Blog Posts…
This is where all your uploaded images, documents or files are stored. You can browse through your Media library, as well as edit and update the files. Learn more about the Media Library…
This is where you create and maintain all your Pages. Start creating new pages…
You can manage all your Comments within this section, including replying to comments or marking them as spam. Learn more about managing Comments…
This menu is where you control how your site looks. You can manage your site Widgets or Navigation Menu tabs and even edit your site design files. We caution you to tread lightly in this area but you can learn more about the elements…
Plugins extend and expand the functionality of WordPress. You can add or delete plugins within here as well as activate or deactivate them.
This screen lists all the existing users for your site. Depending on your Role, you can also add new users as well as manage their Roles. Learn more about User Accounts…
This section gives you access to various convenient tools. You can also Import data to your WordPress site or Export all your WordPress data to a file.
This is where your site is configured. Among other things, it allows you to configure your site name and URL , whether people can leave Post Comments or not and numerous other settings. Most times, once your site is setup, there’s no need to change any of the settings within this section. Learn more about your Settings…
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