There are two simple ways to find a page that you would like to edit in your WordPress website.
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Find a page in the WordPress dashboard
1. Once you have logged in to your WordPress dashboard click on the Pages button on the left menu
2. Scroll through the list of pages till you locate the one you are looking for and click on its name or the edit link.
3. If your website has more than 20 pages then you might need to click on the numbered links at the bottom right to cycle through to the subsequent sets of pages.
Tip: To increase the list of pages to 100 use the Screen Options button on the top right of the pages list.
The other way to find a page is by browsing to your website homepage.
Find a page to edit from your website homepage
1. Assuming you are still logged into your website as an administrator then when you browse to your website homepage you should see a grey menu bar at the top of the page which has your website name on it in white text.
2. Navigate through your website just as if you were a customer looking for a page and once you find it check the grey bar at the top of the screen, there will usually be an edit page link to click on which will take you into the dashboard and directly to the editor for that page.
Note: there will be exceptions to this, for example, your homepage might be composed of blog posts or widgets rather than a page or you might be on a woocommerce product in which case the link would say edit product, or a blog post which makes the link read edit post.