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Create Page and have it show all posts?

  • I’m setting up a new site, and have set the home page to be a static page that shows a calendar, and now- I need to add a page that lists all of the posts. I can create a page, but I don’t know how to make it show all posts.

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  • Heya tcwaters,

    Do you remember where you set the home page to be a static page? (In your WordPress Admin area, Click on Settings >> Reading)

    Right at the top there, where it says Front Page Displays you should have chosen a page (with your calendar on it) from the drop down next to Front Page:

    Right under that is the Posts Page: and another drop down.

    Here’s the kicker, though 😉 You will want to create a New Page (it can be blank, no content on the page). Name the page whatever you want to show on your site–“Blog” or “Posts”–or whatever you like.

    Now when you are on the Settings >> Reading page, that Blog or Posts page should appear in the drop down menu and you can choose it to display your posts.

    Hope that helps you out!

    Cheers.

    yeah it works..

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