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  • Hy everbody!

    I’m new user in WP, and I have a little bit problem about it:/.
    I just wonderning how can I, or could do this.

    Well, I have a static blog page, with some content as a short discreption and slide gallery, something like “greeting in my website, and a gallery”.

    Then, I would like display my all posts on below the static blog page.
    Here is my problem, because If I set my static blog page to “post page” in general->settings->reading option I saw my posts but my static content is disappear:(.

    I would like see both of them, and I don’t know how can I do this:/.

    Somebody who know the answer, pls reply me:), cuz my boss have to kill me as soon as:D.



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  • esmi


    Forum Moderator

    Sounds like you are going to need to use multiple Loops to pull this one off. What theme are you using? Where did you download it from?

    I’m currently using the “twenty-twelve” template, but on this site where I need this change they use some purchased theme.

    I’m read your article about Loops, but If can I could, I would like do this without editing php files.
    (because it’s a general problem here, everbody edited the php files even if it wasn’t neccesary.)
    What do u think?



    Forum Moderator

    I’m sorry but as you appear to be using a commercial theme, you need to seek support from the theme’s developer/vendor. We do not support commercial products here.

    Okay, But the twenty-twelve template isn’t commercial theme I guess:).
    And I have a same problem too in twenty-twelve:).

    Fistable I would like solve the problem in a free template, if it’s possible.



    Forum Moderator

    You do realise that any coded solution will be theme specific, yes? What works in one theme will not work in another.

    Yes, I realise that, but I told you ealier (maybe because my bad english, sorry for that:) ) I look for solution but if its’ not neccesary I don’t wanna edit the php files, because everybody did this earlier.

    So, I actually look for any other way, if it is possible.

    Nevermind, between I found the correct solution it can resolve this plugin, and no need to edit the code.

    Thank you for the answers:).
    Have a nice adternoon!:)

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