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How To Add Pages To WordPress (Different To Posts)


In WordPress a Page differs from a Post in the way that Pages are static and Posts are usually dynamic. By static I mean that Pages are fixed and their location doesn’t change, these are usually pages like “About Us”, “Contact Me”, etc. Posts are usually organized by publish date and time and get pushed back when new Posts are made, that’s why they are called dynamic, because their location/position usually changes.

Creating Pages is easy so I’ll just jump right into the tutorial.


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Step By Step Guide;

Step 1) Login to WordPress, if you are unsure how try this tutorial “How to Login to WordPress”.

Step 2) From the menu on the left click on “Pages” and then click “Add New”.


Step 3) You should now see the “Add New Page” page. Here you can enter the information about the new Page, for a full understanding click on the image below.

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Step 4) Once you have Published the Pages you want you can edit them by selecting “Edit” from the menu on the left, under Pages.

Additional Information:

You can link to Pages on your Blog using Menus, Links, etc. To Learn more about Managing Links check out the tutorial on “Managing Links”.  For Menus you will need to refer to your Theme as each Theme manages Menus different (if the Theme has a Menu, not all do).