How to add a blog post when your website is built by Refari

Created by Aaron Dye, Modified on Mon, 09 Nov 2020 at 08:54 PM by Aaron Dye

If your website has been built by Refari then it will have been built using Wordpress and Elementor, this makes editing your website and adding Blog posts very easy. So easy that you can do this in just a few minutes!

How to add a blog post quick-guide
1. Navigate to (thisismywebsite needs to be your website URL)

2. Sign in with your admin user credentials.

3. Navigate to Posts - this will show you a list of all the current blog posts on your website - even those that have not been published yet.

4. Use the 'Clone' feature to clone a previous blog post - this is much easier than starting from scratch.

5. Click on 'Edit' to then edit the Title of the post and also the URL/Permalink. Remember, once you have entered the title of your Blog post, delete the URL/Permalink and click ok to automatically assign a new URL.

6. You should decide at this stage what category (if you have any) you wish your blog post to be included in.

7. Edit the featured image. This is the image you will see before clicking on the blog post when it's published.

8. Save draft when you have completed above. (You should save the draft on a regular basis so you do not lose anything if something goes wrong)

9. Click on 'Edit with Elementor' - this now displays the blog post and is very easy to edit.

10. Click on the text or images that you wish to edit.

11. If you wish to add a new container, click on the + (Add A New Section)

12. Drag relevant widget from the left hand side into where it says 'Drag Widget here' or into the container (if one widget already in container) to add content to your content.

13. Once you have added all the information you wish, simply click on publish in the bottom right hand corner.

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