#WordPress Wednesday Tip #13 – Editing a Published Post
It happens to all of us. You’re hurriedly typing up a blog post trying to reach a deadline so you don’t let your readers down. Maybe you give it a quick once over and then hit publish. Later you notice it — a glaring typo. Ugh!
What’s a detail-oriented business owner to do? Are you doomed to an eternity of cyber-embarrassment?
Or maybe a day or so after you publish our blog, you come up with a great opening paragraph that’s sure to keep visitors reading more. Have you missed your chance to grow your tribe?
Not at all! Published blog posts can be edited! Follow our easy step-by-step WordPress Wednesday Tip #13 – How to edit your published post.
WordPress Wednesday Tip #13 – Editing a Published Post
1. Hover over (or click on) ‘Posts’ from your WordPress Dashboard and then click on ‘All Posts’.
2. Once you find the post that you want to edit, hover over it and click ‘Edit’.
3. You will taken to the ‘Edit Post’ page. This page looks and works just like the ‘Add New Post’ page when you originally created your blog post.
4. Once you are finished making your edits, click the blue ‘Update’ button.
We love this feature at Raney Day. And we know you will, too! In addition to fixing typos, this comes in handy when you want to update a post with newer information, or add a link to a post you wrote later.
So can you think of other reasons for editing a blog post? Let us know in the comments!
And check out some other helpful WordPress Tips!
#WordPress Wednesday Tip #12 – Adding Alt Tags to Images
#WordPress Wednesday Tip #11 – Creating a New Post
#WordPress Wednesday Tip #10 – Managing Your Media Gallery
#WordPress Wednesday Tip #9 – How To Add A Page
#WordPress Wednesday Tip #8 – Using Screen Options
#WordPress Wednesday Tip #7 – How to Edit a Page
#WordPress Wednesday Tip #6 – Managing Comments
#WordPressWednesday Tip #5 – How to Edit Permalinks
#WordPressWednesday Tip #4 – How to Add Featured Images
#WordPressWednesday Tip #3: How to schedule posts
#WordPressWednesday Tip #2: How to add links in any post or page
#WordPressWednesday Tip #1: How to insert a picture into a post or page