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Pages vs. Posts in WordPress

Submitted by on July 2, 2011 – 12:32 amNo Comment

A WordPress Page is static. It retains the same content. It’s the core of your website.

A WordPress Post is an entry to your blog. New posts land at the top of your blog roll, and thereby the top of your blog page.

With a 321Launch.biz website you get a standard 6 pages: home, about, products, services, testimonials and contact. You also get an optional blog.

To add or edit content, or add more pages or delete any of these pages, you would navigate to the Pages section of the WordPress Dashboard.

To add or edit Posts to your Blog, you need to navigate to the Posts section of the WordPress Dashboard. Even though there is a Blog page, you would not add blog content there. In fact, it would normally remain blank as none of the content will appear there. Blog posts are automatically poured into the blog page. The most current will appear at the top.

Additionally, each blog post may appear as its own page (should you wish to link to a specific blog post).

More on WordPress Posts may be found here.

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