I’m here for only tweo and a half weeks now and I noticed something that annoyed me a bit.
It happened twice that I published a post without giving it a name and when I named it afterwards the name wasn’t displayed.
So, am I cack-handed or isn’t it possible to name posts, which are already published.
Greets, Julie Kay.
I’m sorry for the language (I’m from Germany – hope you can understand me).
Every blog post URL has the title and the date embedded into it. The Title and URL of a post are related by default. When you initially type the title of your post, the post slug (used in the permalink/URL) is automatically created. The post slug is the part of the URL after the date in a post’s URL. http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/post-title-url/
That’s why creating a title and entering it before your publish is very important. Otherwise your posts will not be easily located in search engines like Google or anywhere else either.
If you have a post in draft form your can’t think ot a title for then leave it in draft form untill your are ready to insert thet title and publish the post.