- Pages Widget
The Pages Widget displays your blog’s published pages in your sidebar. This can make it easier for your readers to navigate around your blog.
- Build Your Website in Five Steps
Great, you’ve registered a website on wordpress.com. Now what? Whether you’re building a small business website or a personal portfolio, these five steps will get the framework of your new website all set up, leaving it ready and waiting for your great content. 1. Outline your site's content. Before you start, take a minute […]
- List Pages Shortcode
The [list-pages], [sibling-pages], and [child-pages] shortcodes are used for easily displaying a list of pages. Using the Shortcodes The [list-pages] shortcode will display all of your pages. The [sibling-pages] shortcode will display all the sibling pages of your current page. Sibling pages are pages that share the same parent page. The [child-pages] shortcode will display […]
- Post vs. Page
Explains the differences between posts (listed in order from newest to oldest on your blog) and pages (which are static and not listed by date). Also explains a workaround to posting to a page, which involves using a post category and custom menu link.
- Set a Static “Home” Page (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.
- Reading Settings
The Reading Settings control how your blog is displayed to visitors. You can access it via your Settings -> Reading page.
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.
- Category Pages
You can use a custom menu to add a “tab” to your site which will display only the posts that share the same blog category. Step 1 Add a new blog post to your site. In this example, we will create a post about “Yoga.” Next Step
- Tags in the Reader
The Explore Topics section of your Reader (on the WordPress.com home page) displays the subjects that are most popular with bloggers on WordPress.com. Also covers getting your content to appear in Topics, and troubleshoot missing posts that aren't displayed in Topics.