Understanding WordPress Pages and the Pages API

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March 16, 2017 - 3:00pm
There are differences between WordPress posts and pages. There are times when a post is more suitable to use, while for other types of content, a page is more appropriate. In this article, I'll cover what pages are and why they are different to posts. I’ll then show you how to manage pages on a WordPress website. Finally, we’ll take a look at some functions in the WordPress Pages API and have a play with pages. [author\_more] What Is a WordPress Page? A WordPress page is a page of content on your website, for example a 'Contact' or 'About' page. We often see links to these pages in the main navigation, sidebar, or the perhaps in the footer of the website. The main difference between a post and a page is the context in time: a post is generally time-dependant, while the content within a page is often permanent. Continue reading \%Understanding WordPress Pages and the Pages API\%


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