Vs going into the backdoor of your website, selecting post, then new post?

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megawinner Premium
Yes for me. But it is where you find it more comfortable. The thing about site content is your post is also kept and can be edited there as well. 🔥💥⚡⭐✨
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MarionBlack Premium
Once a post has been published you can't use Site Content to do any editing. All changes after publication have to be done in WordPress.
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megawinner Premium
Of course. You could go to Site Content and Click Edit on a "Published/Edit here" and you could always edit your unpublished in Site Content, that's what I am trying to say and this where I am comfortable with going first in terms of editing either of the two. Cheers. 💖🌹🌈
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TSvetlecic Premium
Tks for the great info. Be Well
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megawinner Premium
Welcome and you too!
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skmorrow Premium
Either way is fine. I had trouble with SiteContent when it first came out. Not sure if it was a plugin that was causing me problems or what, but I stopped using it. I publish all of my content in the WordPress back office (admin area)
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Alysanna Premium
I always use Site Content to publish my posts. But I always like to write on Microsoft word, copy it to Site Content and then publish.
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TSvetlecic Premium
Tk you. I can always try that out to. Be Well
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Coraliej Premium
I do a bit of a hybrid. I write all my text in site content then publish and go to add all my images, affiliate links and featured image etc. I just don't like adding pics in site content.
Maybe that is just me.
Coralie
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - it's down to personal preference. If you write through Site Content it has a spelling and grammar checker, and you will be notified when you get indexed by Google.
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BryceNielsen Premium
More good reasons I didn't think of.
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TSvetlecic Premium
Yes I noticed that and I did not like that I dont get notified. I guess that leads me to another question. I guess once I write it doing thru the backdoor, I cannot then transfer that to Site Content?
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - no, that serves no purpose.
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TSvetlecic Premium
ok tks
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