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Ready to edit this page or post? Great. It’s really easy and, after a few editing sessions, you’ll be a pro at working with a pre-existing page or post. So, let’s replace this content with your own. If you’re in frontend view where you’re viewing the website: go to “Edit Page” in the thin black control bar along the top of the WordPress interface. Alternatively, if you’re in the WordPress Dashboard view for the page or post already, you’ll want to be in the “Backend Editor” view. If you’re already in the Backend Editor view of the page or post, you’ll see a prominent blue button located just under the page or post title that reads “Classic Mode (and) Frontend Editor”. Now, if you happen to be in the Classic Mode – where the page content appears as code – you’ll want to switch to the Backend Editor by clicking on the words “Classic Mode” within the blue button.
Once you’re in the Backend Editor view, the page appears somewhere between a regular website and the code you saw while in the Classic Mode. The Backend View is all about seeing and working easily with the underlying structure of the page or post. Content appears as components with the framework of the page or post. Rows and columns can be added or removed, and any sort of content can be placed within these structures.
Your website uses some powerful backend tools, and among those the one you’ll be using to work with pages and posts and to create any sort of content, is the “WPBakery Page Builder” plugin. It’s active already and it helps you build a page or post structure with a few simple clicks. This is where I come in to help. I’m going to be spending some time tutoring you and Tisha in working with WPBakery Page Builder. Through using this tool, you’ll begin to see how any aspect of a page or post can be styled in a way that best represents your vision.
And don’t forget to replace this instructional placeholder content with your own!