In WordPress, you can create two types of content: posts and pages. Posts contain dynamic content, such as articles and photos, while pages contain static content, such as about pages, product pages, and privacy policies. Posts follow a chronological order, but pages do not. Both types of content have their own menu items in the WordPress dashboard. You can edit any previous post by hovering over its title. Pages are the default way for WordPress to display blog posts.
Web hosting is necessary for a blog to run. Think of web hosting as your landlord – your blog will need a space on a web host’s servers. These massive computers do the work of keeping your blog online. A basic hosting plan costs $3.99 per month for the first year, while a domain registration costs $15/year. It makes life easier to manage both hosting and domains if you can keep them in the same place.