The Admin Screen provides access to the control features of your WordPress installation. Each Admin Screen is presented in sections; the toolbar (and header), the main navigation, the work area, and the footer.
Formerly known as the Admin Bar, the Toolbar has links to various administration functions. It is displayed at the top of each Administration Screen. Many Toolbar items expand when hovered over to display more information.
On the left side of the screen is the main navigation menu, that details each of the administrative functions you can perform. At the bottom of that section is a “Collapse menu” button which shrinks the menu into a set of icons, or to expands to list them by major function. Within each major function, like Posts, the sub-menu expands when hovered over, and expands fully if an item is clicked.
The large area in the middle of your screen is the work area. Here’s the specific information relating to a particular navigation choice, like adding a new post, is presented and collected.
And in the footer, at the bottom of each Administration Screen in light shading, are links to WordPress, thanking you for using it, and the version of WordPress you have installed is shown.
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