WordPress has 2 primary forms of content that can be published and made accessible to users, these are posts and pages. Understanding the difference between the 2 is crucial for any publisher.
WordPress pages are “almost” static content that doesn’t flow with the purpose of the website. Pages should be used for content that are too the point and meant for direct access.
Examples of a content most suited as a page would be:
- About us
- Contact us
- Frequently asked questions
Pages and categorised and are not linked to other content with tags
WordPress posts are content that contains a date and author, they can be categorised. WordPress posts can be accessed by their direct URL or my browsing the category they have been posted in