WordPress Pages and Posts

WordPress Pages and Posts

In this second video of the 20 part series, learn about the two primary forms of content in WordPress: Posts and Pages and their differences.

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WordPress Posts and Pages?

WordPress Posts are basically blog entries, articles, or any content that are displayed in ascending or descending order on your homepage or another designated page within your website. In most cases, the posts are typically listed with the newest post at the top. Differing from pages (in most all cases), posts usually have comments beneath them and can be included in your website’s RSS feed.WordPress Pages are different in that they are typically used for static content — or content that doesn't change too often. Pages are usually included as a part of your website’s navigation menu.

The WordPress Posts and Pages topics include:

  • Posts vs Pages in WordPress.
  • The key differences between Posts and Pages.
  • Examples of both, in action.