Managing your WordPress powered website

This article links you to pages where you can find more information and help regarding specific parts of your WordPress powered website.


Pages are for content that doesn’t have a publication date, for example a front page or a contact page.

Posts and using Gutenberg

Posts are timestamped and are best suited for providing info for blogs, news sites, and similar.


Products are items that you can sell on your website. This e-commerce functionality is handled by a plugin called WooCommerce.


Translations let you translate your website and show it in multiple languages to your customers. Translations are handled by the WordPress MultiLingual plugin, called WPML.

Advanced functionality

This section is reserved for clients that have requested elevated access to their own website. By default, the following settings are disabled to prevent customers from accidentally breaking their site.

You can request access to these settings at any time. Please note that changes here can be substantial and, if done incorrectly, may break your site.


Themes change the way your website looks, and often times also has an effect on how parts of the website function.


Plugins augment how your website functions. Plugins are often used to expand functionality; both products and translations as mentioned above are powered by WordPress plugins.


Menus are the navigation bars you see in different places on your website (most prominently/usually at the top of a page).

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