Usually, Administration Screens is used to describe different sections of the WordPress admin area.
Administration Screens have the following sections.
Horizontal Menu Bar: Horizontal menu bar is located at the top of the Administration Screen. The top bar contains summary information for things like comments and may show useful links from installed plug-ins, along with the website name and link to your homepage. You may also see the Admin bar display on the front end of your website when you logged in your admin area. Don’t worry, this is only visible to you, not other users.
Vertical Menu Bar: You can find verticle menu bar on the left side of Administration Screen. The admin sidebar on the left has tabs to different administrative screens of WordPress. Most of these tabs have submenus called sub-panels.
Administration Screen is similar for users as well as site administrators. But the options for site administrators are much more expanded and they have access over everything while other user accounts only have access to their own profile settings, and, depending on the access level of the user.
Administration Screen allows you to create, edit, and remove posts, as well as publish or save them as a draft. Users can also edit template files and the CSS code for the website’s template to adjust things like fonts, colors, and other formatting options found in their template files.
Plugin settings and options also display under the left panel for many plugins.
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