Using the All Posts page in WordPress

As you write on your blog you will frequently have multiple tabs open on your browser. Some orderliness will be helpful.

My practice is to have a tab showing the blog as it is viewed online at the left, the first tab. This allows me to view what is seen online at any time.

My next tab is the Administrator panel of the blog which allows me to control what I am writing. I click on all posts and keep all posts in site.

To write a post – and often more than one – I right click on the add new button at the top of the page and select “Open Link In New Tab” which adds a new post in the farthest tab to the right.

For some reason unknown to me, I can work on multiple posts simultaneously without problems without any trouble. You just need to be sure to update them before closing that tab.

This is useful because …

Other features of the All Posts page are …

 

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“Technical Issues” is a category of posts prepared for “The Writing Pastor” workshop attempting to provide answers to questions that might come up related to the technical issues of blogging. I am not an expert … but willing to share my opinion and experience. Someone who knows what they are doing will probably find my generalizations hilarious. My hope is that someone who knows less than I do might find them helpful.

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