What’s the difference between a Page and a Post?

Pages are static content that are not time dependent. Normally, your website’s “static” content is used on Pages, like the About, Services, Contact etc. pages.

Posts are a dynamic content type. They have a timestamp and will be listed on your website in reverse chronological order. Each post is assigned to a Category. You can also Tag your posts. Posts are displayed in an RSS Feed.

Blogs use Posts as they can be organized in a manner so the reader easily can find a post about a specific subject or from a specific time.

About HighmarkDesigns

Hanna Bernard – Graphic Designer: After almost ten successful years in Sweden, Hanna moved to the Bay Area/Silicon Valley and took her company with her. In the Bay Area, she had the pleasure to work on several projects for some of the biggest, most well-known high-tech players in the Silicon Valley such as Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, Siemens, Baan, UC Berkeley, and Netscape, among others.
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