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  • GoodShark


    Right now I have a website with a static front page, but I want to have separate blogs on other pages.

    Is there a way that I can make it so that each pages calls to a different blog tag?

    For example, have one page show all the blog posts about “Hockey” and another page show all the posts about “Football”?

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  • Robin W


    Yes but use categoreies not tags

    Just set up categories

    Dashboard > posts > categories

    for your football and hockey etc.

    Then when you create a post, put it into the relevant category

    Then set up a custom menu

    Dashboard > appearance> menus

    Once set up, you’ll then see that you can add categories as menu items – so when users click the menu item, they get all the blogs for that category.



    Is there a way to make a line of code do it inside the page options? So that other things can be on the “Hockey” and “Football” pages?

    Robin W


    Sorry, can you explain more fully?



    I can surely try.

    If I want the page to be a static page, with images, galleries and stuff, maybe a Nevo Slider, or something, have some other elements basically, instead of being just a straight blog.

    And then have the blog below that stuff. Basically, a page with some static content on it, with a divider perhaps, and then the blog below it.

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