Hi, I recently finished a site with a small blog on the front page. The blog loops through a category and uses the_title(); and the_content(); – pretty simple stuff. I doesn’t use the permalink and In no way links to a separate page about that particular entry.
While the site was being indexed by Google I noticed over a few weeks it found a page for each of the posts in my blog, and archive pages also. As I wasn’t using any of that stuff I didn’t even bother styling the templates, so It was a bit of a mess!
Does anyone know how I stop WordPress from making these pages? It also generated a cancatonal link (or something like that!) that didn’t go anywhere, so that generated a 404 crawl error.
Despite using WordPress for a while I have never tried to get round using the other templates, any advice ?
Many thanks, Dan
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