Configure your settings in WordPress

This tutorial will show you how to configure your settings in WordPress

1) Click Settings in the sidebar on the left.
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This page has general settings that you can change, like the blog title, tagline, and URL.
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2) Change the blog’s Tagline.
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3) Choose who can register.
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4) Scroll down.
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5) Select the Date Format.
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6) Choose the Time Format.
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7) Select what day the Week Starts On.
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8) Click Save Changes when you are done.
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The settings have been saved.
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9) Scroll down. Go to the Writing settings.
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On this page, you can edit the settings related to writing posts.
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10) Enter a size for the post box.
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11) Scroll down the page. Here, you can set up email posting.
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12) Scroll down. Click Save Changes.
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The settings have been saved.
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13) Scroll down. Click to change the Reading settings.
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14) Set how many blog pages to show.
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15) Select whether to show the full text or just the summary for each article in a feed.
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16) Scroll down. Click Save Changes.
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The settings have been saved.
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17) Scroll down. Click to change the Discussion settings.
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On this page, you can change settings that relate to comments and avatars.
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You can check this box to force users to log in to comment.
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18) Scroll down.
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19) Check this box to disallow unapproved comments.
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20) Scroll down.
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You can change the Maximum Rating allowed.
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21) Select a Default Avatar for users.
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22) Click Save Changes.
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The settings have been saved.
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23) Scroll down. Go to Media settings.
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Here, you can change settings like the maximum allowed image dimensions and image alignment.
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24) Scroll down. Go to Privacy settings.
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You can choose whether or not to allow bots and search engines to access your blog.
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25)Scroll down. Go to Permalinks.
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Here, you can choose what type of URL structure is used.
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This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure your settings in WordPress.