I'm sorry if this has been covered previously, however I cannot find a thread that deals with a website like mine - it displays a slider on the homepage.
I'm using WordPress to build a static site - URL: http://soloscribe.co.uk. I've only been building since yesterday with very limited CSS knowledge, so still in the early stages. I'm running the latest version of WordPress 3.3.2. I'm also using theme: Zenon Lite. I've contacted the developer regarding my issue, but no response.
As you can see, the landing page of the site is a default which features a slider and other sections. I want to keep this page. The problem is, this "default" page doesn't exist like the others I've manually created when it comes to setting up "Front Page Displays" in Reading Settings. Thing is, I want to create a page entitled BLOG, within which all blog posts will be published. I can't seem to do so using the "Front Page Displays" setting. If I leave the "Front Page" dropdown untouched and select "BLOG" as the "Posts Page", the slider and default sections appear in both locations. If I set the Front Page to anything else, I lose my default/landing page (soloscribe.co.uk) with the slider etc. Is there any way around this?
Thank you in advance, any advice would be most appreciated.