The way it works is this: Within WordPress you have pages and posts.
- Pages are mainly for the stuff that is found via the menu, and will display for ever.
- Posts are for more transient items.
Posts and pages can have categories and tags. These are used to define where they appear.
Planning is a special type of post used to maintain the planning database.
Normal post categories are Meeting and News,
Posts with category News appear on the front page, and will automatically turn to OldNews when a defined expiry date is reached. OldNews does not appear on the front page, but on the old news page.
Meetings are tagged to define the type of meeting. (APM, PC, Finance, Lands etc)
There is a technical tag, slider, which defines which pages/posts are highlighted on the front page.
In principle all News posts could be tagged (e.g. OCCNews, ValeNews) but that might be difficult to maintain, and only one tag has been used. The tag Link Road enabled all related posts to be listed at once.
There is an additional category Help which defines posts for the help section of the website, including this page.