First log in to the WordPress backend or ‘dashboard’. Once logged in you’ll see a menu on the left hand side, which is a list of all the various things you can do in WordPress.

  1. Locate the Posts tab and select the sub-option ‘Add New’.
  2. In the next screen at the top of the page, give your blog post a name.
  3. In the large text editing area, you can write your blog post’s content, including adding any images. (See this article about using the WordPress post editor).
  4. In the right column, you can select which category the blog post should belong to, or create a new one.
  5. Finally, you can tell WordPress whether the post should be published straight away, or be scheduled to go live at a later time. You can also simply save it as a draft to continue working on later.

Of course, you can also use Divi’s page builder or visual editor to create your post. This will allow you much more control over the layout of the post and give you access to all of Divi’s various content modules. Just select the Use Visual Editor button in the post editing screen to switch to using the Divi visual editor. It will ask you if you want to continue using the content you have already added, or start from scratch, or clone an existing post. When you’ve saved your post, don’t forget to set the category, featured image or tags before publishing.

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