Websites, Part VI — WordPress Posts & Pages

This post follows up on the tech tip I recorded for Episode 268 of the Just the Books podcast. This continues the series about websites and how they’re made. This series is not intended to deeply explore the topic, the primary goal is to build a foundation for understanding how websites are put together, the tools that can be used, and how innovation is changing and advancing this topic.

WordPress offers extensive cross-referenced documentation about their system. Posts and Pages cover all the details.

For advanced WordPress users:
To review the database, the details are available.

If you want to add the code for when a page was last modified, paste the following code snippet into page.php where you want it displayed.

last modified: < ?php the_modified_date('F j, Y'); ?>
More information about this template tag, is available at the_modified_date Function Reference.


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