Master the DashboardThe major piece of your 1010.mu Web experience is your Website (or blog), which is probably why you ended up here in the first place. The dashboard is your blog’s mission control center.
First things first: how do you get to your dashboard? There are a few ways:
If you’re not already logged in to 1010.mu, you can go straight to your dashboard by entering:
in your browser’s address bar. You’ll be asked for your login information, and will then be directed to your dashboard.You’ll also see your account in the upper right hand corner of the 1010.mu Website if you are logged in. If you hover over it, a drop-down menu will appear and the first item will be the name of your primary blog. Click it to go directly to the dashboard.
Success! You’re in the brains of the operation. In your dashboard, you can do everything from publishing a post to changing the whole layout of your blog to buying your own domain name. It might look like a whole lot ofoptions at first, but you’ll soon come to find which tabs you use most and what happens where. Don’t be afraid to explore all the tabs — you can’t break 1010.mu, and anything you do can be undone if you don’t like it.
The home page
The dashboard is an at-a-glance overview of what’s happening with your blog. You can catch up on news, view your draft posts, see who’s linking to you, check out basic stats, quickly put out a no-frills post, or moderate and respond to your latest comments. You can see how much storage space any photos or videos you’ve uploaded are using and see the latest statistics of your website/blog. It’s a blog in a nutshell.
You can pretty much click on anything on this page to get more detail — click “Posts” to access a list of everything you’ve written, or the title of a draft to start working on it again. Click a commenter’s name to head over to their blog.
You’ll also see a menu running down the left side of the screen.These options let you get into the nuts and bolts of your blog. Wait, take a deep breath — we told you 1010 Web was going to be simple, and now you’re looking at a ton of options. Don’t worry! You don’t need to know everything at once, it’s all simple to use, and remember: you can’t break it, and you can always undo.
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