Go to your site like http://googlewebtoolkit.wordpress.com/wp-admin/
and press enter. A login panel will appear, Insert your username and password which you provide when registration. Click "Login" button. your Dashboard will appear.
The dashboard is referred to as the â€œback end,â€ of your site, and only you (and any users youâ€™ve assigned) can see it. The â€œfront endâ€ is what the outside world sees when they visit yoursite.wordpress.com You can access both parts of your site any time (weâ€™ll show you how in a moment).
Dashboard using to create, edit, and manage all the content that gets published on your site?
Youâ€™ll see something like this, with an auto-generated post titled â€œHello world!â€ and a few widgets in the right sidebar. Now head back to the dashboard so that you can get acquainted with how to customize your siteâ€™s appearance and start publishing content.
Once you have an account, you can use the toolbar at the top of the screen for quick access to your siteâ€™s dashboard while youâ€™re signed in:
This is your dashboard, where you can access all the powers of your site:
If youâ€™re feeling overwhelmed by all the menus here, donâ€™t worry â€“ you only need to know your way around a few key parts of the dashboard to start publishing content and personalizing your site's appearance.
As you get more familiar with WordPress.com and want to extend your site in new ways, we have support documents that explain each of the dashboard menus, so you can learn at your own pace, and get answers whenever you need them.
We recommend that you take a minute to poke around the various dashboard menus, then head to Settings > General at the bottom.
Here you can change the title and tagline for your site (as often as you like), and adjust other general settings. Go ahead and update this section now.
If youâ€™d like to change your siteâ€™s privacy settings, you can do that next from Settings > Privacy.
Once youâ€™ve saved the changes to your settings, feel free to spend some more time getting acquainted with the dashboard menus. You canâ€™t break anything, and if you make any mistakes, we can help.
If youâ€™d like to move content from an old site to your new site, itâ€™s easy, even if the old one isnâ€™t on WordPress.com
Personalize Your Siteâ€™s Appearance:
Appearance > Themes area of your dashboard:
Want to make your site 100% unique to you?
Get a custom domain name (yoursite.wordpress.com) with the Domain Mapping upgrade, and incorporate custom fonts and CSS on your site with the Custom Design upgrade.
Please note that custom themes are only for privately-hosted sites using the WordPress.org software. They cannot be uploaded to WordPress.com.
Enhance your site with widgets
You can add all kinds of extra features and content to the side of your blogâ€™s main column (we call this spot the â€œsidebarâ€), and widgets make that really easy. Theyâ€™re little one-shot applications that add specific, bite-sized pieces of content that might interest your readers, like your latest Twitter updates, a list of your blogâ€™s recent posts or comments, or links to your latest photos on Flickr.
Hereâ€™s what a site with the Recent Posts, Twitter, Text/HTML, Blog Subscription, and Archives widgets looks like:
To activate a widget, go to Appearance > Widgets in your dashboard. Drag the desired widget over to the Sidebar module on the right. Be sure to hit save and close when youâ€™re done editing a widgetâ€™s settings.
To see the full list of widgets and how to use them, check out Widgets and Sidebars in our Support section.
Please note that plugins are only applicable to privately-hosted sites using the WordPress.org software. Plugins are not permitted on WordPress.com for various security reasons.