Editing root in WordPress can be a bit confusing, so here’s a quick guide:
To edit root in WordPress, click the “Editor” button in the “Posts” section of your WordPress admin screen. Then, click the “Root” link in the left column.
Your root level in WordPress is the level at which all your website’s content (posts, pages, menus, etc.) appears.
You can change the name of your root level, add new posts, pages, and menus, and even delete posts and pages.
To edit a post or page, click its title in the Root column and then click the “edit” button. To add a new post or page, click the “new” button and fill out the form.
To delete a post or page, click the “delete” button and confirm your decision.
When you’re done editing, click the “save changes” button and your changes will be reflected in the Root column and on your website.
Finally, be sure to check the “public” checkbox to make your changes public. Otherwise, your changes will only be visible to you and the people you’ve logged in as.