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==== Pages ====
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= Pages =
===== Creating a Page =====
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== What is a Page? ==
===== Deleting a Page =====
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In general, Pages are very similar to Posts in that they both have Titles and Content and can use your site's Presentation Templates to maintain a consistent look throughout your site. Pages, though, have several key distinctions that make them quite different from Posts.
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What Pages Are:
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    * Pages are for content that is less time-dependent than Posts.
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    * Pages can be organized into pages and SubPages.
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    * Pages can use different Page Templates which can include Template Files and Template Tags.
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What Pages are Not:
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    * Pages do not cycle through your blog's main page.
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    * Pages cannot be associated with Categories and cannot be assigned Tags.
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    * Pages are not files. They are stored in your database just like Posts are.
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== Creating a Page ==
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== Deleting a Page ==

Revision as of 13:44, 31 October 2008

Pages

What is a Page?

In general, Pages are very similar to Posts in that they both have Titles and Content and can use your site's Presentation Templates to maintain a consistent look throughout your site. Pages, though, have several key distinctions that make them quite different from Posts.

What Pages Are:

   * Pages are for content that is less time-dependent than Posts.
   * Pages can be organized into pages and SubPages.
   * Pages can use different Page Templates which can include Template Files and Template Tags. 

What Pages are Not:

   * Pages do not cycle through your blog's main page.
   * Pages cannot be associated with Categories and cannot be assigned Tags.
   * Pages are not files. They are stored in your database just like Posts are.

Creating a Page

Deleting a Page