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  • So im still learning the ins and outs of wordpress so im hoping there is an easy solution to my problem. Im using wordpress as CMT. I would like my homepage to have the latest post on top of the page and below that to have page content. I have created a single page that uses a theme I created with this query_var code:

    $page = (get_query_var(‘paged’)) ? get_query_var(‘paged’) : 1;
    load_template( TEMPLATEPATH . ‘/index.php’); //loads index

    This displays the latest post fine but no content below. Is there a simple line I can ad to make sure the content I want is displayed below?

    Also, if possible I would like for the single post to be cut off by a “Continue Post” link which will link to it’s post URI.

    Anyone have any suggestions?


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  • A paged index and a Pages are two different things. Whci one are talking about here?

    I don’t know code, so in similar cases I just use the home.php template and the get_a_post plugin. Can’t be simpler than that.

    The get_a_post plugin ended up hurting a lot more then helping – not allowing my to edit my theme. That problem is resolved now but Im still looking for a solution for my original question. Im using the Static Front plugin – Since page’s arnt designed to show posts should I use a feed reader plugin? I would really like the post to only show a certain amount of lines with a “Continue Post” link.

    Its important to show that latest post as well as page content that i can update regularly.

    Any Clues?

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