After entering the address of our website, in the address bar, add /panel-logowania, then log in with the received data. After logging in, we have access to the panel of our website where we can, for example, check our profile, change the password, add / remove products, create categories or subcategories of products. We can also manage our store from the panel level.
To add a category, click the Products -> Categories button in the page panel. In this section, we create categories or sub-categories that we can later assign to a given product.
To add an attribute, click the Products -> Attributes button in the page panel. In this section, we create attributes and configure their taxonomies. After adding an attribute, we can assign it to a given product.
To add a product, click the Products -> Add new button in the page panel. In this section, we create a product where we can give it a title, description and price. We can also assign a category to it and add a photo gallery.
To add a product with specific variants, click the Products -> Add new button in the page panel. In the same way, we add a new product, however, we choose not a "simple product" but a "product with variants", then set the variants for a given attribute.
After logging in to the website panel in the Woocommerce tab, we can check the current orders. From this level, we can also send a message to the customer, check the shipping details and approve or cancel the order.
After logging in to the website panel in the Media -> Library tab, we can check what files are in the database of our website. From this level, we can also add a new file, give it an alternative name and give it a description.
After logging in to the website panel in the Entries-> Add New tab, we can add a new entry. It is important that the entry contains a title, description, category and a distinguishing image. In addition, we can enable the option of commenting on a given entry (post).
After logging in to the panel in the Entries-> all entries tab, we can open the entry and start optimizing it. The title should contain as many selected keywords as possible, while Google displays roughly 150 characters, so it doesn't make sense to exceed this value.
When you open the "Translepress" front-end translation editor, you can translate any string on your site, not just those that belong to a specific post or page. When you select a string, TranslatePress automatically displays it in the top translation box below the string list. Here you can translate it into the language of your choice by typing the translation in the lower translation field.