Pages Vs Post With WordPress

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What Is The Difference Between Pages Vs. Posts With WordPress

A common question from those new to WordPress is, “what is the difference between a post and a page?”. First let’s look at the similarities, both are located in the sidebar, in the admin area, and share some of the same items on the editing page, such as the visual and text editor, the publishing box, featured images, and a view of other screen options. This is where most of the similarities stop though. Posts when created appears on your blog in reverse chronological order and become archived as they get older, they also make use of your RSS feed, tags, and categories. This makes posts easy to organize and keep track of, as you will most likely be creating many of them. By default posts allows people to comment on them.

While pages do not, although this can be changed in the post or pages discussion box. Pages usually act as a static page of your site, such as an about me page, or contact page, this means that unlike your posts, your pages will always be relevant. Pages also do not use tags or categories, instead they can be organized higher optically using parent pages. A parent page acts as a main page that other pages can branch off of.

 

What Is The Difference Between Pages Vs. Posts With WordPress

As I was saying before the most common question most new WordPress users have when joining WordPress is, “what is the difference between a post and a page?”… This is a common question and is being explained the easiest way possible for you to understand. Now back to what I was saying A parent page acts as a main page that other pages can branch off of like, a sub page. For example if you have a catering service page with a sub page just for cakes, having these sub pages is more important to your action or S.E.O, you can have as many sub pages as you wish. Viewing a post on it’s own page is different from viewing an actual page, this for the most part has to deal with site structure and how it is seen in search engines of course, posts and pages can work together like on a home or blog page which features your posts.

Here’s a quick video to give you an example of what I mean…..

 

Now that you have a better understanding of what a page is and what a post is with WordPress you can move forward with creating valuable content.

 

What Is The Difference Between Pages Vs. Posts With WordPress

Now you will no longer be the newbie to WordPress because you have a better understanding of what you are getting into when it comes to knowing the difference between a page and post. Moving forward always remember, sharing is caring, and providing valuable content to your readers is important in order for them to keep wanting more of your valuable content.

When I first got involved with WordPress I had no idea what the difference was between pages and posts and why it even mattered. Not until I took my business seriously and really started to pay attention to what I was doing to understand why these two valuable piece to my puzzle of becoming successful online meant more than what I use to think. WordPress is hard if you don’t know what your doing luckily for you Influx Entrepreneur was created and makes your WordPress experience simple and less complicated. Enjoy and continue moving forward with your WordPress site.

 

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Stephanie Ray

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