Log in to your WordPress Dashboard:

Open your web browser.

Go to your WordPress website and add /wp-admin to the end of the URL (e.g., www.yourwebsite.com/wp-admin).

Enter your username and password to log in.

Access the Pages:

In the WordPress dashboard, locate the Pages menu on the left sidebar.

Click on Pages to expand the options if it’s not already expanded.

Select All Pages to view a list of all the pages on your WordPress site.

Choose the Page to Edit:

Browse through the list of pages or use the search feature at the top of the pages list to find the page you want to edit.

When you have found the page, hover over the page title to reveal the options beneath it.

Click on Edit beneath the page title. If you have a visual builder installed like Elementor or WPBakery, you might see options to edit with those as well.

Editing the Page Content:

Once you’re on the page editor, you’ll either see the WordPress block editor (also known as Gutenberg) or the classic editor, depending on your setup.

Using the WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg):

The block editor consists of blocks that you can add, remove, and rearrange on your page.

To add a new block, click on the ‘+’ (plus) button. You can add various elements such as paragraphs, images, headings, lists, and more.

To edit existing content, simply click on the block that contains the content you want to edit and start typing or make changes.

You can drag and drop blocks to rearrange them, or use the up and down arrow buttons that appear when you hover over a block.

Using the Classic Editor:

You’ll see a WYSIWYG editor that resembles a word processor.

Click into the text area and start making your changes. You can use the toolbar to change text formatting, add links, or insert media.

Edit Page Settings:

You can change the title, permalink, or page attributes like the template or order in the right-hand sidebar in either editor.

In Gutenberg, these settings are found in the Document tab of the sidebar.

In the classic editor, these are usually found below the publish button or in a sidebar to the right of the editor.

Adding Media:

To add images or other media files, click the Add Media button in the classic editor, or use the appropriate block (like the Image block) in Gutenberg.

You can select files to upload or choose from the media library.

Preview Your Changes:

It’s a good practice to preview your page before publishing. Click the Preview button to see how your page looks with the current changes.

Save or Update the Page:

If you’re not ready to make your changes live, you can click the Save Draft button to save your changes without publishing.

If the page is already published and you want to update it with the new changes, click the Update button.

Publishing or Scheduling Changes:

If you’re ready to make the page live with the new changes, click the Publish button.

If you want to schedule the page to be updated at a future time, click on the Immediately text next to Publish in the Document tab to change it to a future date and time.

Additional Tips:

Backups: Always make sure you have recent backups before making major changes.

Page Builders: If you are using a page builder plugin like Elementor, Beaver Builder, or Divi, the interface will be different. You’ll need to use the builder’s interface to edit content.

Custom Fields and Meta Boxes: Some themes or plugins add custom fields or meta boxes below the main editor; make sure to check if any of these need to be updated.

Revisions: If you make a mistake, WordPress has a revisions feature that lets you revert to previous versions of your content.

Remember to regularly save your work as you go to prevent any loss of content. With these instructions, you should be able to edit your WordPress pages with confidence.