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Getting to static page

  • I am confused. I tried to find an answer to my problem before posting on the board but I am so confused I am not even sure where to look for an answer anymore.

    I am new to WordPress and I installed a theme. The theme has a Home tab and an About tab. I am creating some static pages to add to my site and I cannot figure out how to display them when you view the site. I tried to learn about permalinks thinking that was my problem but that only confused me more. I read about permalinks and my settings has the default setting, but I do not see any permalinks on the page that I created. I am not even sure if the problem has anything to do with the permalinks or if it is a WordPress problem or a Theme problem. I did write the theme owner too but as of yet have gotten no response.

    Can anyone tell me what I need to do for my pages to be viewed or direct me to where I can go to find out how to view my pages? I did mark them as a subpage under the About page but that didn’t help either. Thank you very much for any information you can give me.

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  • MichaelH


    Change to the WordPress Default Theme and you should see Pages in the sidebar. Pages are usually displayed in a theme’s header.php or sidebar.php file using the template tag, wp_list_pages().

    If using Widgets add the Pages widget to your sidebar.

    Just came across this now. Thank you for the help, Michael

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