When you a post... Your post gets saved in a “posts” database table Your post can have: Post Meta (custom fields) Taxonomies (Categories, Tags, Post Format) Attachments (Featured images, galleries) And lots more!
WordPress and your themeautomatically turns this...
...into a post your userscan see on a web site.
The results from a query are outputtedin the form of a Loop.
This post is one iterationof a WordPress Loop.
Let’s look what makes upa Loop Item in WordPress...
The Loop Dissected Date Published Post Author Post Title Post Content
So how do you create your ownLoop (cough, the hard way)? Create your own Query - http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Tags/get_posts Create a page template in your theme - http://codex.wordpress.org/Pages#Page_Templates Assign that page template to a page in WordPress Anything more complicated, you may want to create your own child theme
Or you can use LoopBuddyand Builder (the easy way) Create unlimited queries and Loop layouts Override any section The front page The archive pages An individual post or page Search results Create a new section A “blog” archive A custom 404 page A sitemap