Recipes For Success

Thank you for choosing Country Fried Creative to build your website! We do our best to set our clients up for success, so here are a few training tips to help you do some basic edits to your website.

Let’s Get Started With The Basics

When your website goes live, a Country Fried Team Member will share a document with you that contains your login URL (the website address you go to for logging in) and your new username and password. Furthermore, You will need this to access the backend of your new WordPress Website.

Moreover, If you do not have this document, please contact us at


Before you can make any changes to your website, you will need to log in to WordPress to access your content.

Using the document our team provided you, go online and visit the login URL you were given. Then, you will be prompted for a username and password. Enter that information and complete the site reCaptcha.

After you have entered that information and logged in successfully, you will be taken to the backend of the WordPress website.

You are now successfully logged in to the website!


Once you log in, you will be redirected to the dashboard. Visit your homepage again and you will see a black user menu at the top of your website page. Navigate to the page that you would like to edit and then click “Edit Page” with a pencil icon next to it in the top user menu.


Scroll down a bit on the edit page and you will find under “Visual Composer.” The page is created out of blocked sections (it’s a drag and drop page-builder format). If you hover over each section a green toolbar will show up. Click on the pencil icon to start editing. *IF YOUR SCREEN DOES NOT LOOK LIKE THE PICTURE BELOW, MAKE SURE THAT

Once you have clicked the pencil tool on the green toolbar the text editor will pop up. Now you can edit. The format is simple and very similar to MS Word. If you hover over the icons they will show you what they do. You can add links, insert images, headings, etc. Once you are done editing make sure to save your changes and the text editor will close.
Always make sure to save your individual sections, and then you will need to save the whole page by clicking the “Update” on the farright hand side. You can also preview the changes that you have made before you update by clicking the “Preview Changes” button located above the “Update” button.


Changing photos on the website is as easy as editing text. Find the section with the image, usually labeled Single Image, that you would like to change and hover over it.

A similar green toolbar as the text editor will pop up. Click the pencil icon and another window will open with the image settings. Scroll down and you will see a thumbnail of the image with a red “x” over the thumbnail and a box with a green “+”. Clicking the “x” will delete the image and clicking the “+” will open a new window giving you the option to add a new image or choose one from the media gallery.
After you choose your new image, click the “Set Image” button. This will change the image in the settings. After you have done this, you can either change additional settings, such as size, or you can click “Save Changes” to save the changes you have made.


Most WordPress sites,store static content like images from a website to make your subsequent visits faster. Sometimes they don’t rebuild the cache immediately after a web page has changed. Instead of fetching a fresh copy, they may still reload the page from the cached version. Clearing the page’s cache or the entire site cache will clear out the old data, so the new elements show up on the page.

There are other times where the site’s theme may try to “minimize” CSS/JS code, that can make images disappear or pages look broken. Deleting the site’s cache and the minified CSS/JS will normally fix this issue.*

To clear your website’s cache, simply login to the WordPress dashboard and navigate to WPFC on the top menu bar. Then, you will see a jaguar head icon and the letters “WPFC”. If you hover over this, a dropdown will apprear. To clear the cache of the current page you are on, select/click “Delete Cache” (see screenshot attached for a visual example). To clear cache for entire site (recommended), select/click “Delete Cache and Minified CSS/JS”. This should clear your site’s cache and you should be able to see the changes after you log out of WordPress.

*If you are still seeing errors or old content after Deleting the Cache and Minified CSS/JS, please contact us at our CFC Helpdesk and our team will troubleshoot the issue.