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As a WordPress user, you have access to a variety of tools and resources that can help you manage your site. These tools can be used to help you troubleshoot problems, customize your site, and extend your site’s functionality.

Here are some of the most popular WordPress tools and resources:

  • The WordPress Codex: The WordPress codex is a comprehensive resource for all things WordPress.
  • Jetpack – a plugin that provides a variety of features for WordPress sites, including security, performance, and site management tools.
  • WooCommerce – a plugin that adds ecommerce functionality to WordPress sites.
  • Yoast SEO – the most popular and widely used SEO plugin.
  • Wordfence – Wordfence is a security plugin that helps to protect your WordPress site from malware and other security threats.
  • UpdraftPlus – a backup plugin that helps you create, schedule and restore backups of your WordPress site.
  • WPRocket – a caching plugin that helps to improve the performance of WordPress sites.
  • Site Kit by Google – SiteKit is a free plugin by Google that helps you to connect your WordPress website to essential Google products such as Google Search Console and Google Analytics.
  • Elementor – Elementor is a popular WordPress theme and page builder that turns your WordPress website into a drag and drop website builder.
  • Monarch – Monarch is a social media sharing plugin that allows you to add social media buttons to your WordPress site.
  • Bloom – Bloom is an advanced email opt-in plugin that allows you to grow your email list.

Editing WordPress – Summary

As we discussed in this post, you can use the new Gutenberg Block Editor to edit your WordPress website or try the powerful but very easy-to-use WordPress page builders. You can even edit the HTML of any page with Gutenberg blocks.

Overall, WordPress is a robust content management system with no particular restrictions on how you can edit the pages and the code, allowing for greater control over the website.

By following the steps listed above you should be able to start learning WordPress pretty fast and also be able to make all the initial edits you need to your new WordPress website.

If you have any questions related to this guide (or if you want us to extend it and cover more questions about editing WordPress sites), please let us know in the comments below.

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