Editing a WordPress blog page is a simple task that can be accomplished with a few clicks of your mouse. Once you have installed WordPress, you will be able to access the Edit Page function from the main dashboard.
To start editing your blog page, click on the “Posts” tab, and then click on the “Page” icon in the top left corner of the screen. This will open the Page Editor screen.
To start editing your blog page content, click on the “Text” tab at the top of the screen. This will display all of your blog post content on the screen.
To edit a specific post, double-click on it to open up its content editor.
Once you have opened up a post’s content editor, you will see several sections at the top of the screen. The first is called “Title” and is where you can enter a new title for your post. The second is called “Body” and is where you can enter your blog post text. The third is called “Tags” and is where you can add any tags that you want to assign to your post.
The fourth is called “Publish Date” and is where you can set your blog post’s publication date. The fifth is called “Status” and is where you can set your post’s status (published or draft). The last section at the top of the content editor is called “Categories” and is where you can add any categories that you want to assign to your post.
Once you have finished editing your blog page content, simply click on the “Publish” button at the bottom of the screen to publish your changes to WordPress.