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Staic home page and templated blog page – blog shows home

  • I have set up my wordpress blog with a static home page and a custom blog page (has a custom header), when i try to view the blog page it shows the static home page, if i set static home page to a template and set the blog page to nothing it shows the custom template page, not sure what i am doing wrong

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  • I’m interested too.
    For example, look on top of this site:
    First page is Home, that’s a static page.
    The fifth menu item name is Blog.
    How can I achieve this?

    I looked days for the solution, but it’s simple:
    Create an empty page, let’s call it “News”.
    Create a homepage, call it ‘Home’ or ‘welcome’.
    Now go to admin options read and choose a ‘Static page’:
    1. Starting page is ‘Welcome’
    2. Blogpage is ‘News’.

    That’s it. And in the adminstration of your pages you can change the order.

    ke ? an empty page called news becomes your rolling blogpage ?

    OK I can’t believe how thick I was being.

    There are 2 settings, one for the front page – make this a wordpress page that you have populated with your landing page content.

    The second is for a “Posts page: “. Create any old empty page using the wordpress editor. I created a totally empty page called “blog”. Select this – voila – you have a blog URL and a CMS for a web site.

    Here is a screengrab – so you don’t have to be as thick as I was.
    http://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p164/rosaceaforum/17-03-20094-02-18PM.png

    davidp.

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