In the previous sections, you learned how to post a full post on the website, including title, content, category, tag and featured image.
However, in the post editor area, there are many other hidden features that I want you to look at and understand its functions so you can make customize better in WordPress. is redundant so forgetting it will be called wasting that resource.
By default the post’s editor pane only displays some important key features, but behind it there are many other interesting features but they have hidden it to avoid being shocked when so many things catch your eyes. in the post compose page. To view these hidden features, go to Posts -> Add New on the right side click on Document and scroll down.
This is a feature to set the summary content of the post that will be displayed for some themes that show a summary instead of displaying the whole content of the post to the homepage. In my opinion, when composing articles you should write the summary content here (about 3, 4 lines) although it doesn’t matter if you will use it or not because you will probably use themes to display the summary.
This is not a hidden feature but depending on the new wordpress version. This feature means you can customize the post’s display format through each type of format. By default it will be the Standard format to – Paragraph display posts as regular, if you want it to display in a different style, you can choose other formats and maybe each style will affect the display of the components. in yourpost, page.
Understanding the hidden features of WordPress can help you learn some very useful features while composing a post in WordPress to apply to make managing / editing posts more professional.