I’ve seen people asking about something like this and I’m going to ask in a different way. I need to make a special “Page” that when a visitor clicks on the “page” they see the contents of only one category. Why do this? Isn’t that what categories do? Why be redundant?
Answer in a word, Navigation. I want to put some of the posts in a place that site vistors can click on a tab where I have other very important information. For example: along the header of the site I’m building I have pages that look like little tabs that say thinks like “Bio”, “Contact” or “What is this site”. Addionally I want to include all the posts that are in the “Press” category. So that people in the press can easliy find all the “Press” posts where they’d expect to find them.
Does anyone have ideas on how I could acomplish this?
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