Step 1: Login in your Dashboard
Type in your site url followed by /wp-admin, and hit 'Enter'. Enter Username and password details in the login screen, and click 'Login'.
You are now in the site Dashboard, and you will see a Menu in the black field on the left hand side of your screen, and a smaller menu in the narrow black field at the top of your screen.
Step 2: Select 'New Post'
Position your cursor over the +New at the top of the screen, and a drop down menu will appear. Left-click on the 'Post' option
Step 3: Write Post
Enter the title of the post in the Title Field; then write the text of your post in the larger field below.
Step 4: Save Draft
Your WordPress site does regular auto-saves, but you can do a 'save draft' anytime if you are not ready to publish the post, and wish to complete it at a later time.
Step 5: Preview Draft
Similarly, if you want to preview how the post is going to look after publishing, a left-click on the 'Preview' button will open a new tab to view
Step 6: Choose Post Category
Every post has a category, even if it is 'uncategorised.' Categories help your site viewers to choose the material they wish to see. You can make new categories any time. Try to choose the simplest and most meaningful you can, depending on what your site is about. You can also have sub-categories, and do edits and re organisation at a later date.
Click the box to tick the desired post category.
Step 7: Adding Media to your post
Place your cursor at the point where the media item is to be added, then left click the 'Add Media' button. You will then be directed to the site's Media Library, and choose the required item.
More about Media in further addition to this User Guide.
Step 8:Justify Media in your post
Click on the media item to set its position in the post, that is left or right justified, etc.
Step 9: Final Preview
Carry out a Final Preview of your Post. Check for spelling, placement, appearance, etc.
Step 10: Publish
Once you are happy with the appearance of the post, you can publish it immediately by left-clicking on the large 'Publish' buttons, or you can schedule it for a later, or even an earlier date.
Step 11: Oops! - Unpublish
If the post has been published, this can be reversed by using the 'Status' button to change the post to 'Pending', or it can simply be deleted by using the red 'Move to Trash' option.