Posts are what make your blog a blog — they’re servings of content that are listed in reverse chronological order on your blog’s front page.
Posts – WordPress Support Documentation
Example: “Did you write enough posts for the WordPress Newspaper site? You need to write five more posts by midnight.”
According to WordPress.com’s Support article on posts, posts are the essential content which make WordPress a blog. A post can be anything: an announcement of a new content series, a photograph of a special moment, a quote once buried but now on display, or even just a solitary link followed by a description. Continue reading WordPress Words: Posts
What are the key differences between Pages and Posts on WordPress? Well, there are a few.
To start off, as our professor Lorelle says: “Pages are timeless, and Posts are timely.”
What this means is that a Page is content that will rarely change, where as a Post is a piece of content that is relevant at the time.
Continue reading Differences Between Pages and Posts on WordPress
I am going to attempt to make your life a little bit simpler with tips on editing your posts and pages on WordPress.com and the self-hosted version of WordPress using the Visual and Text Editors.
Log into your WordPress site and select a post or Page to edit. If you are unsure as to where to find the edit links, you may want to check out “How to Edit a Post or Page” by fellow Clark student Jesse Byars.
If you are a seasoned veteran of HTML, have no fear, you can use HTML to create your posts and pages with the WordPress text editing tab:
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