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Static home page

  • I’ve created a page called Home Page and set this as a static front page and another page called Blog where I have set as the posts page.

    The problem I am having is that now I have two pages as Home! One is called Home and the other is called Home Page. But the contents of both are identical. All I want is to have one page called Home as the Home Page, but I can’t seem to achieve this.

    Is it a bug or am I doing something wrong?

    Thanks,

    Jon

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  • My guess is that when you “edit” “pages” you’ll see both pages of which you need only one. If not, then your theme has a hardcoded ‘home’ link which you need to remove, probably from the header.php.

    As Gangleri says….

    Your menu proberly has something like this…

    <ul>
    <li>Home link here</li>
    <?php wp_list_pages(); />
    </ul>

    Remove the home link part, like so…

    <ul>
    <?php wp_list_pages(); />
    </ul>

    Since your home page is an actual PAGE, it will still get listed…

    t31os —

    Many thanks. I was having this same issue and here was the solution. Appreciate it.

    — Daniel

    Credit goes to Gangleri, he gave the original answer, i just broke it down a little … 😉 .. (not that it’s really THAT important, lol)

    You’re welcome all the same.. 🙂

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