I’m developing a wordpress site as an intranet at my company. Most of the content (static) within the site will be stored in Pages. I have created a post hierarchy (how-tos, forms, etc) and it shows up in the navigation view. Easy.
But for some of the content, it seems more appropriate to use posts. (i.e. internal company announcements, weekly IT tips, and periodic staff profiles.) Most of these will be embedded on the home/portal page.
The problem is that I would also like to link to the archives of these posts, by categories. Unfortunately, the only things showing up in my navigation list are pages.
Is there any way to include post categories in the list of pages? Failing that, is there any way I can use custom page templates so they actually function as category archive pages?
Thanks for your help! Sorry to clutter the support board.
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