WordPress has a number of functions that allow you to get the post title and content. You can use these functions to link to other pages or posts on your site. However, they require a bit of coding. So, you need to be familiar with pasting snippets of code from the web into WordPress.
To get the title of a specific post, use the get_the_title function in WordPress. This function is part of the WordPress core and allows developers to retrieve the title and content of the current post. This function also supports loops and can be used to print the title of a specific post.
Alternatively, you can hide the post title on individual pages. In WordPress, the default setting is to display post titles. But if you’d like to display the post title on a specific page, you can edit its details by typing in its post ID. This ID is at the bottom of the browser window. If the ID matches, the function will work.
If you’re using a theme, chances are you won’t need to query specific pages. Your theme will most likely revolve around posts and custom post types. That means that your theme will likely use the get_posts, wp_query, or query_posts functions to retrieve post data.