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  • Resolved wolfangel

    (@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: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/23333, but none of them worked.

    I am using 1.5, at wolfangel.calltherain.net

    Thanks.

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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 http://www.wp-plugins.net and http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugins

    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).

    ColdForged:
    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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