Difference Between Posts & Pages In WordPress


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Difference Between Posts & Pages In WordPress

WordPress gives you two different ways to create content – posts, and pages.

1.

WordPress posts have an official publication date and are displayed by date on your site’s blog page.

WordPress pages do not have a publish date and are meant for static, timeless content.

2

Posts have a publish date and are displayed in reverse chronological order on your blog page.

Pages are for static, timeless content. They do not have a publish date.

3.

WordPress version 4.2 you can now create as many pages as you want.

Before WordPress version 4.2, you have some issue in the page this issue has been completely fixed and you can now create as many pages as you want.

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