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  • What I would really like to do, and I’m not sure if this is possible, is have a front page where my most recent article posts go, but also have a link to another page where I can post my daily blog journal posts to, with the same ability to separate comments per post, so that people can make comments on each day. Right now I’m using a static page for my journal and then just updating it everyday, but people can’t post comments to individual day’s posts, just to the page in general.

    I’m using the second page as a blog journal and the first page as a kind of news and articles section. I’m totally new to WordPress. Does anyone know how to accomplish this?

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  • Might use something like CSQ Reloaded and use categories to separate the posts into different sections.

    And I guess a Sticky post plugin might also do the job–for example

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    I’ve downloaded it, enabled it, but can’t figure out how it works. I’ve read the user information but it’s all a bunch of HTML. I don’t know how to program so I have no idea what it means. How would I go about making a separate post page with this program? Any help would be appreciated.

    My goal is to have a link on my front page that leads to ANOTHER page that I can have posts on that my readers can comment on individual posts.

    This really could be done with the static page feature of WordPress.

    Change your theme to the WordPress Default theme.

    Create a page called My Front Page.

    Create a page called My Posts.

    In your Settings->Reading, set the Front page displays to ‘A static page’ and select “My Front Page” for the Front Page setting and select My Posts for the Posts Page.

    After Creating the Pages, do you create the two php template pages, then just include them into the rest of the theme??? I have been having issues with this site on putting the blog on all subpages.

    You can view it there if you would like a better understanding.

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