Posts and Pages

by Tom Novak

Posts are what we think of as the “blog.”  Post entries are listed in reverse chronological order on the blog’s home page (or on the posts page if you have set one up).

Pages, unlike posts, are static.  Pages are a good way to publish information that doesn’t change much, like an “About” page.  pages make your blog look and feel more like a traditional website.

You can choose whether to make your blog’s front page (the page people see when they enter your URL) display the latest posts, or display a static page.  Here’s how. 

Want to learn more about the difference between posts and pages? 

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