Since WordPress 3.1 you can give your posts different formats. So you have the opportunity to let posts on the blog according to their content look different. Currently, the item formats are: standard text message, aside, gallery, link , video, audio , quote, image , status and chat protocol are supported.
If you have any question about WordPress you can ask or search at the forum: http://wordpress.org/support/. The WordPress community is, in my experience, very active and helpful. The forums are therefore a great point of contact if you want to solve problems .
The official WordPress Codex on the WordPress.org website provides an extensive directory of WordPress for users and especially for Theme designers and plugin developers . There are detailed descriptions of all the WordPress functions and codes available .
In WordPress each registered user can be assigned a role. By default, there are the roles Administrator , editor , author, contributor and subscriber . Depending on the role , only certain features are enabled in the admin area .
Each blog or content management system (CMS) has a frontend and a backend area. The backend admin area is thus the area that is visible to the website owner or/and administrator.
An avatar is a small portrait image that is displayed on a WordPress blog often in addition to the authors of article comments. On the website gravatar.com you can create a Gravatar (globally recognized avatar) and link to your email address. Your Gravatar is then automatically added to your comment.
The excerpt is a brief summary of a post. During the writing of a new post, you can write your summary into the excerpt field. This field is not displayed in the post edit screen by default. To enable it a user needs to click on Screen Options button on the top right corner of…
When writing a new post you have the possibility to assign a post preview image. This will then be shown at the beginning of the post excerpt. WordPress is resizing automatically your image to the set thumbnail size (normally 150 x 150 pixels)
In WordPress, there is a distinction between posts and pages. Posts are listed on the blog in chronological order. They can be assigned to categories and tags. (See also sticky posts)
All items of a WordPress blog can be filtered via the Article Archive. By default, there is a daily, monthly, yearly and authors archive.