How to add a post to a page in WordPress

How to Add a post to a page in WordPress

Blog post is very important for any blogger to express his views and share his knowledge with each other. There are many ways to share your blog post to wordpress. In this section you will learn how to add a post to a page in wordpress.

How to publish posts to specific pages in WordPress this question we solve step by step in our wordpress guide.

There are many plugins for custom post in wordpress for this you also read our post how to add plugin in wordpress. First you login into your how to login wordpress admin panel.

 Click on Add Post

After login to your wordpress admin panel, check left side and click on post, there is a tab name Add Post. click on that tab as show in the below picture.

how to put a post under a page in wordpress
how to put a post under a page in wordpress

 Add your Text to your wp blog post

After to go to add new post, you enter your content and try to be minimum 300 words description as per google seo standard. You also install a wordpress seo plug like yoast seo plugin. see pic as below

how to move post to page in wordpress
how to move post to page in wordpress

 Select Page for Your wordpress Blog Post

When you write your blog post, Than go to settings in left side wordpress admin. click on wordpress setting and go to Reading Option.

on top of Reading setting you see your homepage display. There is two option, one option is default and the second option is your customized option for your blog post.

You chose the second option a static page option. when  some one visit your site they will be see by default your home page and then go to your blog post.

When you chose the second option it provided you the page for your blog post. You also change your blog post per page setting on that page. by default there is 10 blog post on one page you may change them into 15 or 20 post per page or you as wish.

check as show in the below pics.

How to publish posts to specific pages in WordPress
How to publish posts to specific pages in WordPress

 Select page and Save setting

in the below pic we change our site setting for blog post. By default page we select our courses page and for blog post we select our Blog page for our post. when we create any post and share him, Then this post will be show on our Blog page.

how to put a post under a page in wordpress
how to put a post under a page in wordpress

 Post show in Menu

When after done the above setting you will display your post page on top of Menu. Some time pages does not add in your menu for this you want to add your blog post page to your menu to show in your blog menu. Menu is important for your visitors to navigate your site easily and to reach your visitor to the concern content as you publish. so

click on Appearance

click on Menu,

when you click on menu, on top you see the pages option click on search button and search your page like blog, the blog page will be appear and click on Add to Menu. Your page will be add to menu and than use drag and drop option where you want to display your page, and click on save button to save your setting as show in below pic.

how to move post to page in wordpress
how to move post to page in wordpress

 Use Widgets

you also display your post on your website side bar by using widgets.

Click on appearance

and than click on Widgets, select your option like footer 1, side bar left or right. Your posts and pages will be show in your selected area in your web page.

check the below pic.

how to move post to page in wordpress
how to move post to page in wordpress

 Result

after the above setting your blog post page setting will be in effect and your setting is complete for your posting. show in the below pic.

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how to put a post under a page in wordpress
how to put a post under a page in wordpress

in this blog you learn How to add a post to a page in WordPress.

 

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