This dashboard will help you manage and monitor your blog, you'll be able to see your posts and pages and comments stats. Also, you have a section that you can write some quick drafts and publish them later.
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In this page, your posts will be listed and you can filter and search and sort them. Also, you can edit, delete, publish and unpublish your posts. Also, from the New button, you can access to the editor and write new posts.
This is a great editor that will give you lots of tools to make great content with good SEO. There are fields for custom URL and custom description and you can add tags, categories, custom date, select from authors and add some custom fields.
The editor comes with a simple and useful File Manager that allows you to create folders and organize your files. you can upload any kind of files and import it into your content.
Just like posts, you can make pages and customize it as you want. Also, you can see a list of your pages that you can publish, unpublish, delete or edit them. Also, you can search and sort them.
BlogEngine has a great comment system built in, which on this page you can see a list of the latest comments. you can approve, archive or delete them. Also, you can filter and blocks emails or IPs.
Here on this page, you can see a list of categories that you've made from this page or from the editor page. you can see how many posts are in each category and search or filter. Also, you can select any of them and delete or edit them.
From this page, you can manage your themes, download, delete or config your themes. Also, you can set one of them as your current theme and configure them as you need.
Some themes are able to be customized. like changing colors or enable or disable something. From the custom fields, you are able to customize and configure your theme if the theme developer gives you some options to customize. all of our new themes are customizable.
Theme gallery is a place that you can find free BlogEngine themes that developers shared them with you. you can search and find the one you want and download and apply it as your current theme.
Plugins page is a list of your installed plugins that you can enable, disable or delete them. Also, if they have some settings, you can configure them.
Each theme has a different amount of widget zones, that you can add widgets there and customize them as you want to show what kind of thing. there are lots of available widgets that you can drag to widget zones. Also you can add more from widget gallery.
Most important and basic settings are on this page. you can set your title and blog description. you can enable and disable date on post links or even you can change your language blog and etc.
From this page, you can add your email settings, the contact form and reset password and some notifications use this configuration to send emails. which by default the Gmail configuration is set, you just need to add your username and password.
On this page, you can configure your Feed output. the number of items, the name of author and etc.
BlogEngine has three built-in comment system, you can switch between BlogEngine, Disqus and Facebook comment systems. Also, you can configure lots of things like nested comments or moderate comments and etc.
You can add your photo, have a display name different than your real name and use some custom fields if your theme does support. Also, from this page, you are able to change the password.