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– 출처 : http://codex.wordpress.org/Pages
What Pages Are:
페이지(page)는 글(post)보다 시간에 구애받지 않는 내용을 위한 것임
페이지는 페이지(pages)와 서브페이지(subpages)를 구성되어 있음
Pages can use different Page Templates which can include Template Files, Template Tags and other PHP code.
Pages may have a more complex array of readily available display adjustments when using sophisticated Themes with extensive customization.
In essence, Pages are for non-blog content. It is possible to remove all or most Posts from a WordPress installation, and thus to create a standard non-blog website.
What Pages are Not:
Pages are not Posts, nor are they excerpted from larger works of fiction. They do not cycle through your blog’s main page. WordPress Plugins are available to change the defaults if necessary.
Pages cannot be associated with Categories and cannot be assigned Tags. The organizational structure for Pages comes only from their hierarchical interrelationships, and not from Tags or Categories.
Pages are not files. They are stored in your database just like Posts are.
Although you can put Template Tags and PHP code into a Page Template file, you cannot put these into the Page or Post content without a WordPress Plugin like Exec-PHP which overwrites the code filtering process.
Pages are not included in your site’s feed.
Pages and Posts may attract attention in different ways from humans or search engines.
Pages (or a specific post) can be set as a static front page if desired with a separate Page set for the latest blog posts, typically named “blog.”