Adding content to your site is an easy process no matter whether you’re creating a Post or a Page, but the procedure for each is different. Posts are created with the WordPress Block Editor, whereas pages are created with the Elementor Page Builder.
Apart from how they display on your site, the other main difference is that Posts allow you to associate Categories and Tags whereas Pages don’t.
What’s the difference between categories and tags? Normally, Tags are ad-hoc keywords that identify important information in your Post (names, subjects, etc) that may or may not recur in other Posts, while Categories are pre-determined sections. If you think of your site like a book, the Categories are like the Table of Contents and the Tags are like the terms in the index.
The Clays website has been setup with four categories: Careers, Latest News, Indie Publishing Blog and Case Studies. Selecting one or more of these categories when creating posts will display your post in the relevant area of the website automatically, already formatted in the Clays website style.