This tutorial is specifically designed for use with the homemark.ph website for users up to the Editor level and will cover all topics pertinent to creating, editing and deleting “Posts”, “Pages” and “Projects”.
WordPress by default includes two different content types: posts and pages. Despite having a similar appearance in the WordPress dashboard, they have various functions for your website.
We shall describe the distinction between posts and pages in WordPress in this tutorial.
Articles, blog posts, and other information that appears on your blog page are all created using posts. They are displayed in reverse chronological order, with the most recent information appearing first.
Your posts should be timely because they are listed with the most recent ones at the top. Older posts from you are archived by month and year.
Your visitors will have to search harder as the postings get older in order to find them. You have the choice of categorizing and tagging your posts.
Pages contain static, “one-off” material such as your contact page, privacy statement, and others. Pages are timeless objects, even if the WordPress database retains the published date of the page.
For instance, your about page shouldn’t become out of date.
Posts and Pages application to our website.
Posts for this site are used for: