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Where’s the “Blog” Page?

  • johnywhy

    @johnywhy

    if i do NOT set my home page to a “static” page, then the “blog” page, containing ALL of my posts, is automatically created. I don’t have to manually create a blog page.

    But, if i set my home page to a “static” page, is the automatic “blog” page, containing all posts, still available someplace?

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  • if you use the static home option, you need to create an empty page titled “Blog” and assign that as your posts page – all posts will be accessible at /blog then

    I’m having a little bit of trouble with this myself. WordPress is installed in the root of my directory. In the Settings > General pane, both my WordPress and Blog URLs are set to the domain (no /blog), and under Settings > Reading I have the Front Page set to be my latest posts.

    I do not have a Blog page created, but I can’t seem to create one that actually lists my posts using this tip to do so. I’m using a specialized theme from ElegantThemes (Lumin to be exact: http://www.elegantthemes.com/gallery/lumin/). But when I create a Blog page, then assign it for my posts under Settings > Reading, it displays nothing. I’ve cleared my browser cache and even WP Cache, but it’s still just a blank page.

    Is there another step to the process?

    @davebc

    did you ever figure this out?

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