WordPress Pages are a specific type of post that is more for static content, that doesn’t need to be listed chronologically.

The pages screen is very similar to the Posts Screen. Notice how one of the pages has “Front Page” next to the title. This page is the home page of the website when that has been set in Settings>Reading.

When you edit a page, the experience is similar to editing a post. There a few differences in the setting sidebar on the right hand side.

One section is called “Page Attributes”. That allows you to make a page a child of another page.

Say you are creating a Tutorial page called “Installing Church Admin”. Create the parent page “Tutorials” first and then the subpages can be adjusted to be children of Tutorials.

The reason that is helpful is because the web address of the finished page would then look like this


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