If you want to edit the backend in WordPress, you need to login to your account and navigate to the “BackUPS” section. Here, you can see all of your backUPS.
Click on the one you want to edit. Then, click on the “Edit Backend” button.
When you arrive on the backend editor, you’ll see a lot of the same options as the front-end editor. But there are a few differences.
For example, the “Posts” section has a new “Custom Fields” tab. This is where you can add custom fields to your posts.
You can also add custom posts types here. For example, you can create a custom post type called “Gallery.
” Then, you can add fields to that post type that are specific to galleries.
The “Settings” section is also different on the backend editor. This section contains all of the settings for your WordPress site.
For example, you can change the site title, the site logo, and the site address.
The “Pages” section is also different on the backend editor. This section contains all of the pages on your WordPress site.
You can add new pages, delete existing pages, and change the page titles.
The “Posts” section is the same on the backend editor as it is on the front-end editor. You can add new posts, delete existing posts, and change the post titles.
The “Media” section is also the same on the backend editor as it is on the front-end editor. You can add new media files, delete existing media files, and change the media file titles.
The “Custom Fields” section is different on the backend editor. This section contains all of the custom fields on your WordPress site.
You can add new custom fields, delete existing custom fields, and change the custom field titles.
When you’re finished editing the backend, click on the “Save Changes” button.