In WordPress a Post is the basic post type that is shown in reverse chronological order.
Posts make up the article-type content in your website. By default, they’re listed in reverse chronological order and are what you’d think of as the “blog” of your website.
Posts differ from pages in that they:
- Include categories
- Include tags
- May include post types, depending on your theme
- Are listed in chronological order by default
- Show in the RSS feeds for your website
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|Look up post in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
Post or POST commonly refers to:
- Mail, the postal system, especially in Commonwealth of Nations countries
- An Post, the Irish national postal service
- Deutsche Post, German postal service
- Hotel post, a service formerly offered by remote Swiss hotels for the carriage of mail to the nearest official post office
- United States Postal Service or USPS
- Parcel post, a postal service for mail that is heavier than ordinary letters
- Post, a job or occupation
- Post, a horse trot
Post, POST, or posting may also refer to: