A static page contains information and links that do not change. A static page usually presents information about yourself or your site that is always applicable. Examples of static pages are “About Me,” “About Our Organization,” or “FAQ.” WordPress lets you have both static pages and blog pages, which you can organize into pages and subpages. You cannot tag pages or associate them to categories. The organizational structure for pages comes only from the hierarchical interrelationships you assign to them.
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