Mizanur Rahaman Mizan / July 30, 2015
In a WordPress blog we see there are a certain number of posts showing on the homepage along with date and time of publishing. We can change the number of posts and various settings like permalink, feed etc. These are some of the settings in WordPress which are managed in WordPress with the Settings menu in the Dashboard.
As you know that Blogger.com gives us Settings menu, under which we can find some options, shown in below screen shot :
With all these options we can Import and Export content, set the Blog Title and Description, format of the blog, handle the comments and manage archives, email, Permissions, etc.
WordPress has also provided Settings option in dashboard panel on the left sidebar. All the options that Blogger.com has are also available in WordPress. Many of these settings you can find under Settings menu. (See image below)
You might be aware of the Settings in Blogger.com and I thought a comparative feature by feature explanation would be useful.
Plugins and certain themes when used give us some extra settings options which we can tweak. These options often show up under the Settings Menu on the left side bar of the Dashboard.
When we use Blogger.com settings it has some limited scope regarding what can be customized. With WordPress there is a lot more flexibility regarding how we can tweak settings of the blog.