Page or Post


The content of posts is closely related to a notion of time, publication date, like a newspaper. Examples include :

  • Announcement of an event or article about it
  • Regular information on what’s going on in a lab, the evolution of a particular project

On the other hand, the content of a page is static and will hardly change over time or be obsolete as time goes by. Examples include :

  • Laboratory presentation, project description, etc
  • Guidelines, online help


  • Posts are listed in reverse chronological order. In other words, the most recent articles are displayed first
  • Posts are displayed on a dedicated page. This page can be your site’s home page.
  • Posts can be grouped by categories, tags and even be archived.
  • Posts have no hierarchy (please note that categories can be hierarchcal)
  • Posts can be shared via RSS feeds

Note: The possibility to add comments on articles is not activated at EPFL.


  • Pages are static and are not ordered chronologically, their content is made to last
  • Pages are organized hierarchically (homepage, 1st, 2nd, 3rd navigation level)
  • Pages can use different templates. Note:  At the moment, EPFL provides only one model