Beginner's Guide to Page WordPress »Compa Marketing

In this tutorial, we will discuss everything you need to know about WordPress sites, including how to create and edit them.

As one of the building blocks of any website, pages are an integral part of WordPress.

Another WordPress Page with Post in many ways. For example, a page can display any content you want, including blog posts.

Pages are also designed for longer-lasting content, while posts are usually tied to dates and organized into categories.

Introduction to WordPress Page

Each website requires at least one page to display, but WordPress allows you to create as many pages as you need. Pages are different from posts, the other main content type in WordPress, in three main ways:

  • Pages are designed for static content. This means that they for content rarely change over time, like the About Us and Contact Us section.
  • By default, pages do not allow comments. Aren pages are meant for social participation but for sharing information.
  • You can use a page to keep and display posts. While you can display posts on a page, you can do the opposite.

Understanding the difference between pages and posts in WordPress is just the beginning, of course. Let's go a little deeper and discuss how to manage pages.

How to manage WordPress Page

Managing your site is a simple process in WordPress. Out of the box, the platform comes with the tools you need to create, edit, organize and delete any page on your site. Let solve each task one by one.

Add and edit Page in WordPress

Your first step is to learn how to create pages and then edit them. To get started, visit your admin panel. From the left menu, select Page and then click Add New.

From here, you can start editing your page. To do this, simply add any content you like as in the page editor.

You can enter text directly into the box and place images and other media with the button Add Media. Additionally, you can even include code through the Text tab. Once you've made your changes, you can publish the page or save it as a draft for later work.

Arrange your WordPress Pages

When you add a new page to WordPress, it becomes part of your navigation.

Depending on your default installation settings, WordPress will sort your pages by publication date or alphabetically. If you want to change this, you will need to use a hierarchy to sort them.

To get started, click on Pages in WordPress.

In this box, there is a dropdown menu under Parent. If you want to turn this page into a subpage or child of one of your other pages, you will do that here.

On the other hand, simply use the Order box to determine the order in which your pages will appear on your website menu. For example, if you leave the number at 0, the selected page will be the first page in the hierarchy. If all pages are set to 0, they will be sorted alphabetically.

When you click Update, all your settings will be saved. You will want to do this for every page on your site. If you add the following new pages, you can follow the same steps to arrange them in your existing hierarchy.

Delete the WordPress site

If you want to delete a page, the steps to do so are simple. Go to your Dashboard's Page screen again. Hover over the page you want to delete and you'll see the word Trash in red text.

Click that link and the page will be moved to your trash. If you need to delete multiple pages, you can select the checkbox to the left of each page. Then go to the Bulk Actions menu just above the list of pages and select Move to Trash.

Deleted pages can be restored by clicking the Trash link above the list of pages. Hover over the page you want and click Restore. If you want to delete the page well, click the red Permanently delete link.


WordPress allows you to quickly add, edit and organize pages on your site. These pages are mainly used for static content and can be organized hierarchically as part of your site's overall architecture.

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