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  • Hi. I do not know if this is the right forum to raise this issue, but I thought since it involved giving feedback, it could go in here. I’ve very recently installed WordPress and am currently in the process of setting it up before launching it. I imported my blogger posts into WordPress (and it went off smoothly!)
    When I configure the Reading Options to display, say, 7 days worth of posts (Show the most recent), it shows me those many posts correctly. But if I try to delete a post after that, then subsequent loads of ‘index.php’ result in all of my previous posts getting loaded on the main page… and not just 7 days worth of posts. Nothing seems to stop all the posts from getting loaded on the main page, except the following:
    1. I go to the Reading Options and change the setting to display ‘n’ number of posts (rather than days).
    2. I publish a new post while keeping the setting in the Reading Options to display ‘n’ days.
    I do not know what could be causing this anomaly, though logically it seems to be a WP bug. On the other hand it could be entirely my fault. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • I’m having the same exact problem with my blog:
    I just ran a search looking for a solution but alas… I only find another with the same problem.
    I also imported from blogger… I wonder if that is part of the problem?



    I have the same problem, although I haven’t tried publishing a post with n days set. I just tried one and it appeared rto be loading all my posts.



    Y’know, brianbonner, you’d be better advised to start a new topic than resurrecting two that are over a year old.

    [Edit: I see that you did.]

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