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= Pages =
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== Pages ==
== What is a Page? ==
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=== 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.  
 
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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     * Pages are not files. They are stored in your database just like Posts are.
 
     * Pages are not files. They are stored in your database just like Posts are.
  
== Creating a Page ==
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=== Creating a Page ===
== Deleting 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