The various areas of the WordPress admin area are referred to as Administration Screens. To avoid users misunderstanding an admin screen with Pages (post types), which may be created, altered, and deleted by users, the term “screen” rather than “pages” is used.
On the top and left of the administration screens, respectively, are horizontal and vertical menu bars. The top bar or the admin bar has quick links to different administration and user tasks. The top bar contains summary information for things like comments and may show useful links from installed plug-ins, along with the site name and link to homepage . You may also see the Admin bar display on the front end of your website.
Don’t worry; only you and not your users can see this.
There are tabs to the various WordPress administration screens in the admin sidebar on the left.
Sub panels are like sub menus for most of these tabs.
Users can very much manage any aspect of WordPress through the administration interfaces, with the exception of modifying PHP code.
Both site administrators and users see the same screen.
User accounts only have access to their own profile settings and, depending on their degree of access, may also be able to create, modify, and remove posts as well as publish or store them as drafts, but site administrators have many more options and complete control over everything .
Users can modify template files as well,and the CSS code for the website’s template to adjust things like fonts, colors, and other formatting options found in template files. Plugin settings and options also show up under the left panel for many plugins.