Begin by logging into your WordPress dashboard.
The area where you input your content is a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor named TinyMCE. In addition to entering your text, you can format your text as well. Notice the buttons above the content area? These are the different formatting options available in TinyMCE. To see a tool tip describing what the button will do, simply hover your mouse over the button for a moment or two. This tool tip will also show you the optional keyboard shortcuts if you prefer to use keyboard shortcuts instead of clicking on the buttons with your mouse.
Now let's add some text and format it.
To apply formatting to text you have two choices:
If you find yourself frequently using only the top row of buttons, you can hide the second row by clicking the Show/Hide Kitchen Sink button. Some users prefer this "less cluttered" view as this will hid the second row of buttons.
Now you're ready to try out all the different text formatting options in WordPress. Do not be afraid to try out different formatting when creating or editing Posts and Pages. You can always edit the Post or Page and change the formatting any time you like.
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