Understand How WordPress Works
Through a secure login, non-technical people can update predefined areas within your website by adding, amending and deleting content. Content is anything that can be managed in an electronic format such as text, images, graphics, video, sound, documents, records etc. Permission levels can be set to allow different individuals access to the relevant parts of your website.
Page vs. Post
There are important differences between Pages and Posts. A Page contains static content that is not time-sensitive and will not change frequently. Pages tell a particular story about the business or get a message/information out like services, contact and about page. Posts are entries listed in reverse chronological order on the blog home page or on the Posts page. There is no limit on the number of posts or pages you can have.
Category vs Tag
The post can be organized by Categories and Tags (keywords). Two taxonomies: Categories and Tags are used to organize content in a logical, well-organized way together. WordPress offers four built-in taxonomies out of the box.
- Categories: Hierarchical Taxonomy: Yes; Focus on broad topic
- Tags: Hierarchical Taxonomy: No / Multifaceted; Focus on narrow subjects
- Links: Multifaceted
- Navigation Menu: Hierarchical Taxonomy: Yes
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