Posts are where you normally publish the latest update or new article on a blog. They are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological order with the most recent post at the top of the page.
Intro to Posts
Most of the content published on a blog is normally written as Posts.
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Blogs are designed to have only one Post page which normally displays on the homepage of the blog. If you look closely at the homepage of this Teacher Challenge blog you’ll see how the posts are displayed in reverse chronological order.
Intro to pages
Blogs are composed of two main areas where you publish your content: Posts and Pages.
New bloggers frequently struggle with the difference between the two, and hopefully the following will help clear it up.
Pages on blogs are normally used for information that you want to share with your readers but don’t expect to update frequently. Not all blogging software includes the ability to add pages.