Difference between Posts Vs Pages
- built-in commenting feature that allows users to comment on a particular topic
- organize your posts based on categories and tags.
- Posts are content entries listed in reverse chronological order on your blog’s home page. Due to their reverse chronological order, your posts are meant to be timely
- you can share your posts in social media networks like Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn etc.
- Because WordPress posts are published with time and date in mind, they are syndicated through the RSS feeds. This allows your readers to be notified of the most recent post update via RSS feeds.
- Pages are meant to be static
- pages are timeless entities(Because there is no time and date tied to pages)
- they are not included in your RSS feeds by default.
- Pages are not meant to be social in most cases thus does not include social sharing buttons, or comments.
In most themes, post and pages look the same.
You can have as many posts and/or pages that you want. There is no limit on the number of posts or pages that can be created.
Posts vs. Pages (Key Differences)
- Posts are timely vs. Pages are timeless.
- Posts are social vs. Pages are NOT.
- Posts can be categorized vs. Pages are hierarchical.
- Posts are included in RSS feed vs. Pages are not.
- Pages have custom template feature vs. Posts do not.