I am using WordPress as a CMS, following the instructions
I’ve downloaded the
<a href=http://www.semiologic.com/projects/static-front>Static Front Page plugin
</a>and have set it up successfully.
I would also like the blog section of the site to appear in a non-root folder, i.e. http://example.com/blog. I’ve followed the instructions under the CMS setup instructions (first link above) and have found that this only works when the Static Front Page plugin is disabled.
Is there any way of making this work? i.e. I want a static front page, ideally managed as a Page within WordPress, and also have the blog under a non-root folder at the same time.
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