In WordPress, you can write Posts or Pages. If you are writing a regular blog entry, you write a post. Posts automatically appear in reverse chronological order on your blog page (newest first). Pages, on the other hand, are for more static content such as “About Us,” “Contact Us,” etc.

  • Pages can be organized into parent pages and child pages.
  • Pages cannot be associated with Categories and cannot be assigned tags. The organizational structure for Pages comes only from their Parent & Child relationship, and not from Tags or Categories.
  • Pages are not files. They are stored in your database just as Posts are.
  • Pages are for non-blog content.