Steps: 1. Login into your website’s back end 2. Click on “Dashboard” in the left hand side of the back end screen 3. From the Dashboard tabs, click on “Admins” 4. Click the “Add An Admin” button 5. Choose the settings you want your new contributor to have access ..
Steps: 1. Go to your website. In the URL field add “/login” to the end of your domain and hit enter. For example: redtreeweb.com/login 2. On the next screen, add in your email and password to the login fields and hit enter to sign in to your back end &nb..
1. Once you have purchased your domain, log into your Simvoly site. 2. Go to Settings < Domains 3. Click the button that read “Connect to an Existing Domain” 4. Enter your domain name in the field and click Connect Domain. You’ll see: 5. Log into your domain provider and add/update the DNS records ..
Go to your website and add “/login” to the end of the URL to be taken to the login page. Add your information and login to your website’s backend From the navigation on the left side, click “Dashboard” in the top left Once in the Dashboard, click on “Billing” from the options Choose your ..
To log into your new WordPress site, go to www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin. “wp-admin” (or WordPress Admin) is the administrator portal for your website. RedTree should have sent you a username and password to log in with. Once logged in, you’ll see the Dashboard. This area can be customized to display different high-level information about your site. On ..
When a user fills out your form on the Contact page, you will get an email sent to the email in the website settings. You will then need to log into your websites back end to check the message content. Follow the instructions below or watch the quick video below. Type in your URL ..
Follow the instructions below or watch the quick video below to modify your website settings. Type in your URL and add /login at the end to get to login page. Once on the login page, add your login information to be taken to your back end. In the back end, on the left side ..
Follow the instructions below or watch the quick video below to add a new page. Type in your URL and add /login at the end to get to login page. Once on the login page, add your login information to be taken to your back end. In the back end, on the left side ..
Go to yourwebsite.com/wp-admin to log into the Administrator portal of your website. Click Pages in the left-hand menu. Click on the page you want to edit. All of the page content is organized into different “blocks”. Locate the block that contains the content you want to edit. Hover your mouse over it and a green ..
Instructional video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XZ1GYY8Hl0 Log into your site’s wp-admin portal On the left side at the top, hover over WP Engine and click Legacy Staging Click the blue button: Copy site from LIVE to STAGING. Wait for the staging site to finish being built. You’ll have to refresh the page, but eventually you should see Staging ..