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  • Resolved wolfangel


    My category and monthly archives are paged (as seems to be my front page): I don’t like this (on any of the three places). I want to show 10 pages on my front page, with no link to previous entries, and to have all the posts show up in my monthly archives and category archives.

    I can’t find any information on how this can be edited — I tried the solutions here:, but none of them worked.

    I am using 1.5, at


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  • This article from the WordPress Codex on Customizing Your Sidebar should help.

    If you want to remove the tags, remove them, though I recommend commenting them out in case you change your mind.

    There are also many plugins that will help you customize your post listsings at and

    My sidebar is fine.

    My front page shows, at the very bottom, Previous entries: I am not sure why, or how to remove it.

    My archive pages — both category and monthly — don’t show *all* the posts from that category or month, just some, and at the bottom, it also says Previous entries, so you can go through them page by page. I don’t like this; I don’t want _anything_ to be paged. I want my front page to just show 10 posts, and all archive pages to show every single post from that category/month.

    Use this plugin. Set all the per-page settings on there to -1 except for ‘home’ and set that to 10. Then remove all of the “navigation” DIV in your main template (e.g. the stuff with the posts_nav_link() calls).

    This works perfectly in WP 2.0.1. The only change I made was to make the entries descend instead of ascend. Nice work.

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