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カテゴリー:投稿とページの違いとは?

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投稿とページの違いについて知りたいですか?

WordPressの初期設定では、投稿とページという2つの異なるコンテンツタイプが用意されています。WordPressのダッシュボード上では同じように見えますが、サイトにとってそれぞれ異なる役割を果たします。

この投稿では、WordPressにおける投稿とページの違いについて説明します。

What is the difference between posts vs. pages in WordPress?

以下、投稿の内容を紹介しよう:

カテゴリー: WordPressの投稿とは?

投稿は、ブログコンテンツ、記事、ブログページに表示されるその他のコンテンツを作成するために使用されます。新しいコンテンツ(あなたの最新の投稿)がリストの一番上に表示されるように、それらは逆時系列で表示されます。

WordPressをブログとして使用している場合、サイトコンテンツの大半を投稿でまかなうことになるでしょう。

WordPressの投稿を追加・編集するには、ダッシュボードの「投稿」メニューオプションをクリックします。WordPressの投稿エディターはこんな感じです。

WordPress post editor

投稿は最新のものが一番上に表示されるため、投稿はタイムリーなものとなります。過去の投稿は月と年に基づいてアーカイブされます。

過去の投稿が古くなると、訪問者はそれらを見つけるために深く掘り下げる必要があります。WordPressのタクソノミーシステムであるカテゴリーとタグに基づいて投稿を整理するオプションがあります。

WordPress post categories and tags

コンテンツがたくさんある場合は、検索フォームを追加することで、訪問者が探しているコンテンツを簡単に見つけることができます。詳しくは、カスタマイザー検索フォームの作り方をご覧ください。

WordPressブログの新規エントリーを読者と簡単に共有し、トラフィックを増やすことができます。例えば、メールマガジンの作成、RSSフィードの自動送信プッシュ通知メッセージの送信などが可能です。

詳しくは、ブログ投稿を読者と共有する方法についてのガイドをご覧ください。

ブログ投稿のタイムリーな性質は、ソーシャルメディア上での共有にも適しています。ソーシャルメディアプラグインを使えば、ユーザーが人気のソーシャルメディアネットワークで投稿を共有することができます。

ブログ投稿は会話も促します。ユーザーが特定のトピックにコメントすることができるコメント機能がビルトインされている。初期設定では、コメント、ピンバック、トラックバックが有効化されている。

Enable blog post comments

投稿コンテンツの後にはコメント欄がある。通常、WordPressはページのコメントを無効化します。

設定 ” ディスカッションで過去の投稿へのコメントをオフにすることができます。

WordPressの投稿には投稿メタデータも表示されます。この情報は、個々の投稿やブログページのブログ投稿タイトルの後に表示されます。

An example of post metadata, on the WPBeginner website

通常、公開日、投稿者名、カテゴリー、タグなどが表示される。投稿メタ情報は完全にカスタマイズすることができます。詳しくは、WordPressテーマでブログ投稿のメタデータを表示する方法のガイドをご覧ください。

WordPressの投稿がどのようなものかわかったところで、ページとその違いを見てみよう。

WordPressのページとは?

ページは、アバウトページ、プライバシーポリシー、お問い合わせページなどのような、静的な「一回限り」のコンテンツです。WordPressのデータベースにはページの公開日が保存されますが、ページは時間を超越した存在です。

例えば、会社概要のページには有効期限がありません。本当に〜してもよいですか?もちろん、過去にさかのぼって更新することはできますが、2012年のアバウトページ、2013年のアバウトページ……といったページがない可能性もあります。

WPBeginnerには、ホームページ、スタートページ、アバウトページ、コンタクトページ、アーカイブページ、無料ビジネスツールページのようなカスタムページなど、すべて静的ページがあります。

Business tools page example

WordPressの管理画面で「ページ」メニューオプションをクリックすると、ページの追加と編集ができます。

ページエディターの画面はこんな感じ。

WordPress page editor screen

ページはソーシャルなものではありませんから、通常はソーシャル共有ボタンはありません。例えば、訪問者にプライバシーポリシーのページをTwitterでシェアしてもらいたくはないでしょう。

ページにはコメントすることもできません。お問い合わせフォームや利用規約のページでユーザーにコメントされたくないでしょう。コメントを有効化するオプションがあります。しかし、WordPressのページの初期設定では無効化されています。

Page editor screen comments section

投稿とは異なり、ページはもともと階層構造になっています。例えば、ページの中にサブページや子ページを持つことができます。

ページの編集時に「ページ属性」から親ページを選択すれば、簡単にページをサブページにすることができる。

Page editor set parent page

さらに、ドラッグ&ドロップのWordPressページビルダー・プラグインを使えば、完全にカスタマイザーなWordPressページを作成できます。

これにより、WordPressが提供する初期設定とは異なるページレイアウトを使用することができます。

詳しくは、WordPressでカスタムページを作成する方法をご覧ください。

WordPress ページと投稿の違い(主な違い)

投稿は、ブログ記事やニュース記事のように、定期的に公開するコンテンツ向けです。一方、ページは、ホームページ、会社概要ページ、お問い合わせページなど、それほど頻繁に更新されない静的なコンテンツを対象としています。

WordPressにおける投稿とページのその他の主な違いは以下の通りです:

  • 投稿はタイムリーで、ページは時代を超越している。
  • 投稿はソーシャルメディアで共有されるためのもので、ページはそうではない。
  • 投稿の整理にはカテゴリーとタグを使うことができ、ページは階層化され、子ページと親ページとして整理される。
  • 投稿には投稿者と公開した日付がありますが、ページにはありません。

上記に挙げた違いは、例外があるかもしれません。WordPressのプラグインを使用することで、両方のコンテンツタイプの機能を拡張することができます。

このような違いはありますが、WordPressのページと投稿にはいくつかの共通点があります。

まず、どちらもコンテンツを公開するために使用されます。投稿とページの両方にテキスト、画像、動画、フォームなどを追加できます。ページと投稿の両方でアイキャッチ画像をサポートしています。

投稿やWordPressのブログ機能を使うことなく、WordPressサイトを構築することができます。また、ページとニュースやお知らせなどの投稿用のブログセクションを区切った小規模なビジネスサイトを作ることもできます。

投稿とページ:よくある質問(FAQ)

投稿とページの違いや、WordPressでの使い分けについて、ユーザーからよく寄せられる質問をまとめました。

WordPressにはいくつの投稿やページがありますか?

投稿やページはいくつでも作ることができます。投稿数やページ数に制限はありません。

投稿とページとでは、SEO上何か利点があるのでしょうか?

完全ではない。一般的に、検索エンジンは、整理され、最新の常緑コンテンツを好む。AIOSEOのようなツールもあり、ブログ投稿とページの両方を最適化することで、検索エンジンの結果ページで上位に表示されるようにすることができる。

すべてにおいて、ユーザーフレンドリーでターゲットユーザーにとって価値のあるサイトにすることに力を注ぐことをお勧めします。さらに詳しく知りたい方は、初心者のための究極のWordPress SEOガイドをご覧ください。

ページの追加はWordPressの投稿の追加と似ていますか?

新規: WordPressのページと投稿を追加するメニューは区切られていますが、新しい投稿とページを作成するプロセスは似ています。

ページの場合は、WordPressの管理エリアのページ 新規追加に進みます。一方、新規投稿は、投稿 ” 新規追加で作成できます。いずれにせよ、Gutenbergエディターが表示され、コンテンツブロックの追加が開始されます。

サイトやブログにどのページを作ればいいのか?

どのようなブログやWordPressサイトを作るかによって異なります。しかし、すべてのサイトに重要なページのリストをご覧ください。

投稿をページに、またはその逆に切り替えることはできますか?

多くの初心者は、ページを作成したいときに誤って投稿にコンテンツを追加してしまう。同様に、ブログの投稿をページとして保存してしまう初心者ブロガーもいる。

まだ始めたばかりであれば、Post Type Switcherプラグインを使えば簡単に修正できます。詳しくは、WordPressで投稿タイプを切り替える方法をご覧ください。

WordPressには投稿とページ以外のコンテンツタイプはありますか?

はい、あります。これらの他の初期設定コンテンツタイプには、添付ファイル、リビジョン、ナビゲーションメニューがあります。しかし、これらは投稿やページと同じようには使われません。

WordPressでは、独自のカスタム投稿タイプを作成することもできます。この機能は、WordPressで追加のコンテンツタイプを作成するためのプラグインによって使用されます。

例えば、WooCommerceを使ってオンラインストアを運営している場合、WordPressの管理エリアに「商品」投稿タイプが表示されます。

詳しくは、WordPressでカスタム投稿タイプを作成する方法のステップバイステップガイドをご覧ください。

この投稿が、WordPressにおけるページと投稿の違いと使い方を学ぶのにお役に立てば幸いです。また、プロのようにブログ投稿をSEOのために最適化する方法や最高のWordPressホスティングサービスに関するWordPressチュートリアルもご覧ください。

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  2. Ian says

    I believe I am correct in saying that you use pages here?

    Surely most websites supporting a business or running as a business would be pages?

    For a news site I can understand posts – but should these all be in one root folder or divided into years?

    Do having years, just shout WordPress to anyone browsing?

    • WPBeginner Support says

      We use posts for most of our content on this site and have a few pages. You do not need to worry about placing the posts into folders as posts are automatically set in chronological order.

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  3. Paul says

    I am blessed to have stumbled upon your site when I was searching for WordPress help. This is an excellent resource. Thank you.

  4. Ashok Singh says

    Hello, I have created multiple pages but whenever I am writing any post it shows on my home page as a recent post but I also want visible the same post on another page. How can i do it ?

  5. Dev Patel says

    So with a worpress post, I can create as many blogs/articles I want that will be available to be viewed to the public without having to purchase new domains?

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Yes, there is not a cost to create a post on WordPress unless you have enough posts that you are running out of server space on your hosting provider in which case you would want to look to upgrade your hosting

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  6. Arun says

    Hi,

    I have a website that provides users some tools like json to xml convertor, random name generator etc. so is it good to have them inside a page or posts?

    • WPBeginner Support says

      For static content and tools like that, we would normally recommend placing them on a page.

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  7. Simy Khera says

    hey, I have a question that for blogging what is needed a post or page ? and do ever website who have about us is a page or it can be a blog too?

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Most blogs use posts instead of pages for most of their content and for a majority of sites the about us would be a page but there’s nothing wrong with testing if having it as a post works for your site.

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  8. Tuomas says

    Hello,

    Thank you for this guide. I have made such “mistake” on our business website that I have created my blog archive just as a normal page and same with our blog posts: pages instead of posts. As changing this would demand a lot of work, I’m probably not going to change this. Would you happen to know, how I can create an RSS feed for pages instead of posts?

  9. Lalit Singh Chauhan says

    Great Information.
    I am using newspaper theme and for some reason my Page posts are totally different than the default blog posts template. What could be the reason?

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Your theme may have specific styling for the different pages/posts. You would want to check with your theme’s support to see if that is the reason.

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  10. Martin says

    Great article. I just started out and have the latest update.

    But I don’t seem to get it working as I want.

  11. Vinit says

    How can I change footer on Post? Footer on my website pages is coming different then the Blog Post. Please help.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      That would be determined by your specific theme. If you reach out to your theme’s support they should be able to assist.

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    • WPBeginner Support says

      While you can, using posts would give you more tools for your content to be found by your users.

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  12. Nicolas says

    What about where a page is generally the same but your content may vary 100s of times (Like recipees or products in a shop like Amazon for example) It’s not a static page and yet it’s not a post, it’s something in between

  13. Spenser says

    Great stuff. Just starting out with WP and this is exactly what I need. Many useful links to other, equally useful, posts (or are they pages? – only kidding). Really useful site – I have emailed myself the URL. Many thanks – please keep up the good work.
    PS – never left comments on a WP site before – so interested in seeing how this works.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      That is an archive page, we’ve linked directly to the category and it is showing the archive for beginners guides which is styled the same as our posts page.

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  14. Mjkoroma says

    Hello, will I be able to use a website as both a blog and a ‘website’ simultaneously?
    I mean, if I would use pages and posts on a website, simultaneously…

    • WPBeginner Support says

      That varies from one plugin to another, it is normally a page listing a custom post type if I understand what you’re asking correctly.

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  15. joljols says

    I was wondering if the articles on wpbeginner are posts or pages as they have a page-like url but most features of a blog post. Also, many of the articles are often updated over time to keep the contents of the article up to date. How do you deal with those updates and making sure readers know about them? The reason I am asking is because I am also writing a list of articles with coding tips/tutorials and am wondering if I should write them as posts or pages on my wordpress site. I hope you can give me advice!

  16. Charles says

    Doesn’t that mean, we should always use Pages if we want a unique design for the mega content we are going to create?

    Otherwise, post seems to have a lot of limitation of how the overall content visual to be structured.

  17. Stephanie says

    I have to translate my content across multiple languages – so my current blog is being housed in pages vs posts. If I move my blog over to posts – can i translate that out?

  18. Bruce says

    Hello and thanks for the great site. I’ve been running some WP sites for a few years and I always come to WPBeginner for quality and concise information.

    The sites I’ve built have been fine with static pages but one client (my wife) wants to add a blog to her martial arts site.

    How do we make something that looks like the blog page on this site?

    I understand how to create the post, and can add it to a menu, but do not know how to make a page with the chronological list of posts.

    Is this a feature of the specific theme? I am using Genesis and Responsive.

    Thanks again, I’m sure there’s an obvious solution that I’m overlooking.

  19. Cherian says

    I’m not sure i was doing wrong. Please help.

    On my website, im publishing the same topic as Post and page (So two URLs has same topic, 1 page and 1 posts).

    Any issues on that? or do i need to remove one of them? Thanks.

  20. Denish Callos says

    Hi,
    I have been using wordpress for web development for a while now. I am starting a new tutorial site in wordpress. I am confused in writing tutorials as pages or posts. Number of tutorials wil be huge. So should i publish tutorials as posts or pages.(please suggest me on this). And how do i include category name in permalink of pages
    Suggestions will be highly appreciated.
    Many Thanks

    • Riana says

      I have a smiliar question. Waiting for this to be answered.

      Seems like no one has answered you yet so I’ll make my own decision based on the article.

      I would like each of my tutorials to be shared on social media and accept comments which would lead me to posts instead of pages.

      However, my tutorials cover many different themes and I feel like having a category list to the side with 5 billion different links will be a bit much. I also don’t like that they will be time and date stamped because they really aren’t blog posts but permanent pages on my site that most likely will never be changed or replicated.

      I guess I’ll just suck it up and go with posts.

      • Pogo says

        I say definitely use posts, and I’m almost certain that you can fill pages with certain types of posts to categorize them using the hierarchy of pages.

      • Zachary says

        Use a custom post type. Setup a custom post type for your Tutorials, specifically. That is the best setup, as it is clean and keeps your blog posts sepearate. Pages are absolutely inferior in this use case, and most use cases. A good plugin for this is CPT UI (free). That mixed with Advanced Custom Fields offers an incredible amount of customization and efficiency if used correctly.

        As for the many category issue. I recommend reading some guides on categories/tags. Ideally, your categories should be few and broad, while your tags are many. With ACF you can create new “category” type lists if needed, often not needed though.

        You can also depend on sub-categories a lot. Having very broad parent categories, with their many child categories beneath. Show the user only the child categories for their selected main category and they won’t have a large list to deal with. When they see the initial tutorial page you show them the parent categories only. There are many ways of achieving a user-friendly design through this.

  21. Susan Cunningham says

    I’m building a website with more or less timeless content. Definitely not a blog with dates, etc.. So I could dispense with Posts altogether? I have put Pages on the top running menu bar. Each Page will have a bunch of sub-pages and those can have sub-pages (grandchild pages?). Which will also dictate the URLs, right? From the reply to the previous question, I gather the downside to that is that Pages can’t be labeled with categories? Downside of using Posts,however, is that they can’t be grouped and sub-grouped under a Page?

    In the past few days I’ve been wondering if those general content descriptors on the menu bar should be categories instead of Pages. This reply to the previous question seems to point in that direction: “Another way to do that is by creating templates for your categories.” But no … I’m going to have a mammoth informational/magazine type site and that would extremely limit the number of categories, seems to me. Maybe that wouldn’t matter if the number of tags was kept limited, however.

    I’m not totally new to WordPress, since I use Wordpess.com for a simple personal portfolio type site. So category name(s) will appear–usually on the top left corner–of a post. But they won’t appear at all on a Page?

    Whew! Sorry to sound so confusing. (Well, obviously, I’m confused!). Can you just answer the first question: Can I dispense with Posts altogether? What are the disadvantages and advantages of that?

    I can’t be the first person with this question in mind. Thanks!

  22. Terry Yarham says

    From my static home page, there are blog post categories in the menu across the top. Can I pin content to the top of the category archive page? Regular pinning isn’t working for that.

    I have a lifestyle blog for my city. When someone goes to a category from the top menu (food, drink, shopping, etc.) I want them to see a short description (that will always be at the top), then see the blog posts that fall into that category as they scroll down.

    Is there a way to do that? I’m using the Bento theme.

    I’m game to change the categories across the top to pages so the content I want to always be seen would be there, but would I be able to get the posts to show up underneath?

    Thanks for any help I can get.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Hey Terry,

      There are multiple ways to do that. For example, you can add the content you want to be displayed as category descriptions. Another way to do that is by creating templates for your categories. You can add them by simply naming the file category-{category-slug}.php like category-news.php.

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  23. Julie Gilmer says

    I’m trying to organize a blog of my trips with pages for each day and pictures associated with those pages. Is this possible in WordPress?

  24. Bastian says

    I wonder how to organize content like episode guides for a TV show (that has been broadcasted years ago) with a kind of scientific interpretation of it. I think it’s very much timeless content, since it’s no actual show anymore and I don’t want to have comments on it. It should be the definitive article on the net to the subject.
    So, should I write my big episode guide with plot and interpretation as a page and just put a post on my blog like “new episode guide for show – episode x season y” with a link to the page?
    I have to admit it was hard to decide against a wiki because I don’t think I have timely content. But a blog seems to be more like a reflection of my personal opinion and more conversational and entertaining than a “dry” wiki text.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Hi Bastian,

      There are plenty of ways to organize this in WordPress. For example, you can Use categories for each season, and create a new post for each episode in that season.

      You can use tags to assign different characters, topics, and themes that came up during that particular episode.

      You can also create a custom post type.

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      • Bastian says

        Thank you very much. Sounds interesting.

        Somehow I think it just doesn’t feel right to use pages for articles. All the fine features like widgets, sharing etc. have to be added through plugins while posts have it all embedded. ATM I tend to use posts, because it just feels right. It feels like the way, WordPress should be used.

        What I like on Pages in a strange way is, that all these distractions like widgets, sharing etc. are missing. The content area is wider (in my current theme), so for now: I start using posts but not sure if it will always stay this way. I will just have an open mind and keep experimenting. Time will tell.

  25. Mark Cross says

    As a beginner this little tutorial was helpful. I was getting into a default blog when trying to create a website. I hope to get to the point of moving in-between the website, dashboard, preview, publish and other tools that word press offers. So time to start learning.

  26. Rita says

    Can I have pages that display different posts on one blog?
    I mean to have one page with News (updated daily) and one page Articles (updated weekly). Is it possible to do it on WordPress.
    Should I create a custom post type?

  27. Monjur says

    Thanks for an awesome article … all of my confusion about post Vs page has been removed by this one article.

  28. Shraddha Shakya says

    hello !
    I am new to wordpress and recently I have started ablog for celebrity gossips. I have written all the contents in pages and then linked it with the post in homepage.I dont want post to be shown in homepage .So I posted a post and then linked them with pages .But the problem is my pages arenot showing up in google.Only posts are shown .
    So , is it that pages arenot shown in google??
    My page is half a month old , so that maybe a reason for google to not show up but then a post which was just 1 day old showed up .So it worried me .
    So inorder to show up in google , which one is better , pages or post ?

    • Pankaj Choudhary says

      please check your front page code and wp reading setting choice a static page in reading setting of wordpress.

    • Roy Randolph says

      A Comment is the discussion thread that you can (if you wish) have for a page or a post. In other words you are commenting on a Blog “Post” for an example. Basically the same thing you are doing now, you are commenting by asking a question. Hope that helps.

  29. Ray Foucher says

    I’m new to WP, have just started a WP site and have a top menu link “Articles” which will link to a page listing all my articles (static content) with short descriptions of each and links to an individual page for each article.

    The person hosting my site insists posts are the way to go rather than pages. I am used to using HTML for other sites and have no problem with building the links. I like the idea of being able to have my own descriptions and order for the articles list and fail to see the advantages of posts for this. Any insights?

    If I used posts I belief I could assign them to an articles category to keep them together but could I then arrange them in my preferred order and write or change my own descriptions?

  30. janz says

    I have started to write on Pages. How do I link one page to the next in chronological order on each Page published? For example, in posts, there is a link to the previous and the next post. I cannot find this in Pages. Can you help please?

  31. neil henderson says

    hi, i am developing a holiday site and using wordpress. i am having property style pages and then also looking at having category pages (hotels, cottages, campsites). i have been considering the following format:
    property pages as custom post types
    category pages with ability to insert category lists (so can format a little more)

    i was just wondering as seo is absolutely critical for this project to work would i be better to do the property pages as “pages” and if so is it possible to add any kind of taxonomy to a page so that i can pull them through to a category page?
    thanks
    neil

  32. akhil raj shrivastava says

    hi all
    Any one please attention in my index,php i have a menu, a banner , after that slogan , slogan some content regarding site and three content regarding read more, and a footer option , problem is this . any how read content is not published, or not shown in index.php my i created read more in post option.
    any one understand this
    where i m wrong,

  33. Rados says

    Please be so kind to help me invert the order of appearance of new sections in a page – I want new sections to appear on top, not on the bottom of the page. Many thanks in advance!

  34. Ian Player says

    Thanks for a very interesting article. It would be *really* helpful too to hear the reasons as to why you chose to write this article as a Post rather than a Page. Thanks!

    • Mikey says

      What a great point! This is very much timeless or “evergreen” content.
      I suppose the main reason for publishing it as a Post is that the author wants us to share it! As I have just done on Twitter.

      • John Morris says

        If I read the article correctly you wanted to receive comments and posts enable that more easily than pages. Also this content may change as new releases alter functionality. Just a thought

  35. Pat says

    This is a useful and very clear post. But it doesn’t address the one issue about posts and pages that is really confusing me, as a WP newbie. If I wish to add products to a WP site, should they be added as Pages or Posts? In my case, the Products in question are books by various authors. If I list them as Posts then website visitors can use Categories to filter them by Author. However I cannot see how to add Author photo and biographical info to the same result page. And if I list then as Pages (so that I can have a section with Author photo and biographical note, etc, I cannot see how to generate and filter (through Categories) the results so that X Author’s page will show only X author’s books. I have even tried a number of dedicated book and ecommerce themes, but none of them seems to provide for what I thought would be a basic ingredient. Am I missing something? Thanks in any case for the good work!

    • SHRADDHANSHU SHEKHAR says

      Write a post> see SETTING in bottom, press IMMEDIATELY and decide on which date & time you want to show your post is published. then publish. latest post is shown on top.

  36. Patricia says

    Awesome! Short and to the point. I spent all night going through the blog support site with no answers… only to have this clearly explained in a less than 2 minute video!

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