(I believe I’m on an alpha version of WP 3.6 actually, according to source code.)
The Current Situation
: Right now, I modified my Settings in the “Reading” subcategory to have all my posts go to one page (not the main page) on my site. This works great, and is very handy.
: I want to be able to set up a second (or potentially third, you get the idea) page where I can designate a separate blog feed for different posts to populate, so that I essentially have two (or more) separate, easily seen landing pages along the top of my WordPress site.
I have a firm understanding of tags and categories, and all that is well and good, but in terms of setting up a separate blog feed — and, being able to point specific posts to that blog feed / page — I’m not sure that WordPress is able to easily do that. The settings seem to allow for just one instance of this, but it would be awesome if I could find a way to have a second instance of this on my site, where I have two ‘landing pages’ on the navigation menu, unrelated to tags/categories.
A workaround that may be more feasible (that I haven’t tried) is setting up a tag/category to essentially be a Page that appears in the nav menu. Is this doable? If so, anyone have any advice?
Thanks for the help. I’m not experienced in coding, so the assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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