Pages are the main building blocks in Siteleaf. The most basic page has a title and a body, but they can also have unlimited subpages, posts, assets and metadata. Arranging your pages is easy, just drag and drop.
Posts belong to a page. A post could be a blog post, a portfolio item, an event, or anything that makes sense ordered chronologically. Posts are very similar to a Page, however they can have taxonomies and are ordered chronologically by default.
Metadata is pure key/value data attached to a site, page, post, or asset. It provides a way to interact with templates beyond the basic usage of injecting title or body copy. It could be a custom color value, location, an aside, anything. Read more about metadata.
Siteleaf supports the use of tags on posts, but in a way that’s more flexible than most systems. Instead of posts having only one set of tags, they’re capable of having as many tag sets as you’d like—each with its own name. Read more about taxonomies.