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  • thenunownedgoat
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    @thenunownedgoat

    Hello.

    I’m fairly new to your software. I’ve seen it (or something similar to it) before and I always thought it was the webmaster/mistress scripting it him/herself. So I thank you for providing me the code and an easy-to-use admin section.

    I would really love to have the Word Press software on my index.html page, so that my visitors can easily see what’s been happening. However, I don’t just want the blog page as my main page – I would also like a navigation table, and an introduction table.

    Now, I can code the tables and make the webpage, sans the Word Press blog.

    So, here is my question: is there any code that I can use to “embed” the blog onto my main page?

    Thanks! 🙂

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  • Search this forum for “integrating” and you may find a bunch of the answers you need.

    Also, what are you using now for your entire site? You can add WordPress to your site, import your static files into WordPress and use it to manage your entire site (with a blog), and many different combinations.

    There’s nothing about WordPress that keeps it from being the “main page” of a site. If a web server supports index.php as an alternate default to index.html, you don’t need a way to import anything (and since a .html file does not normally support PHP, it would be nearly impossible); all you’d need do is remove the index.html from the root directory.

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