Content such as “what is this website about”, “about me”, “why I’m doing this”, (perhaps, “services I offer” could be a “page” but if you update your services regularly and run courses (ie date-related things) for example, then a “services” category, with a post for each course, would also make sense).So, your website front page can either be a set of recent posts or an individual (static) page.Text is missing under the Counting Employees heading and the Reporting Requirements heading is missing altogether.
For bloggers, it is the “meat” of your blog, the major content; for other sites, with more static content, it may be just “news” section.
A “page” is a static entry, which is not date-related, and which Word Press essentially perceives as “back-up” material to your blog.
Thanks, Rikard Yes, I have had major formatting issues with the icon list.
The extra markup is being added on save and not by myself or my developer.
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It still appears even after you have deleted the directory via FTP.
Your plugin might had uploaded some hidden/nested files inside the plugin directory which didn’t appear in FTP.
This error is caused by a fail Word Press version upgrade. For more details about Word Press manual update, read Press#Manual_Update.