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Accessing All Posts When Using a Landing Page

  • I’m using a theme (Responsive) that defaults to a landing page (without the ‘normal’ body section showing multiple posts). As this landing page is using the index.php, how can I link the page that does have the blog posts?

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  • Try creating a new category called “All Posts” and attach all of your posts to it. Then go to your “menus” option under themes and add that category to your menu. When you visit that category’s page you should see all of your posts.

    Thank you! Good solution.

    Ziv, sorry to bother again, another question.

    I was hoping to have the “All-Posts” show up in the menu at the top. The menu is generated from the defined Pages. Is there a way to have the “All-Posts” linked somehow defined as a Page, so that it would show up seamlessly as another menu option?

    Is the theme name Responsive? I can’t locate it on this site?

    In the admin page under “Appearance” is “Menus”. Did you set up your menus using this feature?

    Sorry ….found the theme.

    It has a Custom Menu Feature which means you should be able to set up a menu and then do what Ziv suggested, as you can add a category as a menu item.

    There looks to be a better solution as the theme has a blog template and you should use that. Create a new page using the “blog” Template. Call it “Blog”.

    Go to the “Appearance” => “Menus” and set up your menu. Select the Blog Page and add it to to your menu. Make sure you save your menu.

    Hi Kevin,
    Thanks for your guidance, solution worked perfectly. Much appreciated. This resolved all issues for me!

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