There are three main places to exhibit content on your site: posts, pages, and comments.
- A post is one entry in a site. Usually the newest post is shown at the top.
- A page is the standard platform for web content to exist in. A page is generally used for more static content (unlike the kind of articles, updates, and musings you might see in posts). A page sticks around regardless of what’s new—it’s ideal for publishing information you want to keep available and in the same place, like contact info or an “about” page.
- Comments are written by the readers of your blog or site. Comments can be left on either a post or a page.