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    How can I define the page that I want to display as the first one ?? In the old days it was defined in the index.htm, but how is it done here ??

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  • I’m not going to be helpful, but I have a similar problem. Maybe someone can help both of us at the same time. Before I set up my WordPress site, I put an index.html “Coming soon” page up. It was still there when I set up the site, and I deleted it afterward. It still comes up when I go to the site. I have no idea why. Help will be appreciated.

    If it’s a WordPress site, then you could do something similar by creating/editing a file called front-page.php in your current, activated theme.

    Whatever is in that file, will be processed to be shown on the home page of your site.

    @bishopmark – please create your own thread, thank you.

    Thank you both for commenting on my problem. I found out that I can define a static page to show up as the first one, and it solved my problem. It may also solve the problem for bishopmark ?

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