Learn when to use posts and when to use pages.
- One question you likely have right off the bat…is how to decide whether a post or a page…is the right content type for whatever you want to publish.…The answer to this will depend on…how your WordPress site is set up…and whether you're working with a standard installation…or have a larger site where you have more custom post types…and other content types.…In the case of a standard WordPress site,…you can often decide it by asking a simple question:…is this something people would share on social media?…If yes, it's probably a post.…
If no, it's probably a page.…But this social media test can often be hard to answer.…If that's the case, I've made a simple flowchart for you…to figure out whether this is a post or a page.…Does it belong on the main menu,…and if it does, is it stand-alone content…or in a parent/child relationship?…If both of these are true, you have a page.…If it doesn't belong on the main menu…and it's part of a stream of content, you have a post.…
Another way of deciding is to ask…whether this piece of content is evergreen,…
Note: This course covers WordPress 5. The training will be updated as WordPress evolves.
- Installing WordPress
- Creating posts and pages
- Formatting text
- Publishing and scheduling posts
- Adding images, audio, and video
- Bulk editing posts and pages
- Working with reusable blocks
Skill Level Beginner
1. Up and Running with WordPress
2. Content Management
3. Working with Blocks in the Block Context
4. Document Context
5. Block Deep Dive
6. Reusable Blocks
Edit reusable blocks3m 5s
7. The Rest of the Iceberg
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