Once the WordPress installation is completed, the wizard should direct you to the website’s dashboard on Bluehost.
There is a lot you can do on the Bluehost site dashboard, like;
- Manage website users (reset passwords and delete accounts)
- Create and restore site backups
- Monitor and tweak site performance
- Tighten or loosen website security
- Manage WordPress Plugins
We’re simply going to log in to the WordPress dashboard of our website and install a theme.
Click on the Login into WordPress button on the top-right of the website’s Bluehost dashboard, and you should be redirected to your site’s WP dashboard.
A WordPress theme, according to WordPress.org, is a collection of web-related files that work together to produce a graphical interface with an underlying unifying design for a website.
In simpler terms, a WordPress theme provides predesigned layouts, images, and pages to make it easier for site owners to create WordPress websites.
You can find free themes on the WordPress Repository in your wordpress site, but in most cases, you’ll find that they don’t look good and are challenging to set up since they’re free.