WordPress is multi-layered web logging software. If you are thinking about how you can gain access and control in one of the most critical sections of it – the WordPress installation – then you may need to understand clearly how the admin panel works and the different sections that go with it.
A WordPress panel is sub-divided into three significant areas. The first area, usually shaded darkly, gives us the links to the web log profile, the dashboard, the log-out and other important sections. The second important area is where the name of the web log is being showed and a corresponding link directly going to your web log’s main page. And lastly, the third section shows us the main menu tab together with the sub-categorized menus that represent every admin function that can be performed.
The bottom part of the WordPress admin panel, normally shaded in dark, provides us the links to the WordPress documentation and the feedback section. This portion of the admin panel also educates WordPress users regarding the software version that is being used. With the many numbers of releases that were made by WordPress, this section is indeed very helpful. This section also gives us a hint whether or not the WordPress software that is being used is the latest version of the outdated one. When you are using the outdated version, a message just below the section is being flashed informing you to update your wrodpress version.
The WordPress admin panel basically helps us not only in to get familiar with all the panel sections that are present on the WordPress software that we are using. Above all, the WordPress admin panel educates us about what we can potentially discover and eventually use these added features of the web log software.