Pages are static. They are a good way to publish information that doesn’t change much, like an About page. Pages appear in the Pages widget and in tabs/links across the top of some themes. Pages are not associated with a date/time like posts, nor can you tag or categorize a page.
- Page Attributes
The Page Attributes module allows you to set page parents and templates, and to change the order of your pages. This support doc explains the various page attributes and how to use them.
- Page Revisions
The Revisions screen shows any backup copies of your page. Each time you click Save Draft or Update, a revision is saved. WordPress.com will store the last 25 revisions for each page on your blog. Revisions allow you to look back at the recent changes you’ve made and revert to an earlier version if necessary. […]
- Page Screen
The Page Screen is where you create new pages or edit existing pages. The default page screen (Pages → Add New) will look similar to the following image: You will notice in the screenshot that the title of the screen is Add New Page. If you were editing a previous page, the title would be Edit […]
- Category Pages
This guide will walk you through how to create category pages for your blog, to display groupings of similar posts on pages other than your front page. You can do this in three simple steps: Assign the same category to all of the posts you want to appear on a given page. Create a custom […]
- Hide Pages
How to hide some of your pages from appearing in the top navigation area of your theme, or in the Pages Widget in the sidebar.
- Front Page
Learn how to setup a static front page (and move your posts to another page), remove two "Home" page links in your navigation menu, fix your front page (error: "posts not found"), or how to show the Front page displays option when it isn't there.
- Page Visibility
The Visibility area of the Publish module gives you the option to make a page public, password protected, or completely private.
- Page Jumps
Page jumping is where you click a link and instantly get moved somewhere further up or down a long page.