In this chapter, we covered many of the common administrative tasks you may face when you're managing a WordPress-driven website. This includes backing up your database and files, moving your WordPress installation from one server or folder to another, and doing general problem-solving and troubleshooting.
We also covered some of the most basic and useful template tags that you'll need when creating your own WordPress themes.
You should now feel well-equipped to address all of the more and less usual administrative tasks for your website or blog.
WordPress is a top-notch CMS, which has matured tremendously over the years. The WordPress Admin panel is designed to be user-friendly, and is continually being improved. The code that underlies ...