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    Default Posts and Pages

    I'm not exactly sure where to place this question and it may have already been asked before.

    Is there any way possible to create multiple "blog" pages? In other words, I want to be able to have static content on a page but still add blog posts to it. I know that you can create multiple static pages, but it appears that you can only create ONE blog page. Is this correct? Is there any way to get around this that isn't too technical?

    Thanks,

    Candee

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    You just need to create a custom template. The magazine template would be an example. It shows the recent posts.

    Duplicate that template, remove the slider code and you've got a template for as many blog templates as you want.

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    Someone else on the forum said in order to have multiple post pages, you add categories to the nav bar as in this site where each category is a post page. I think this would work for me, but how do you add categories to the nav bar?

    Thanks.

    Candee

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    Appearance => Menus

    Once on the menus page, make sure the menu you have associated with Primary Navigation is visible (active). If it's not, click on the correct tab to make it the active menu.

    Now, scroll to the bottom of the menu page. You will see a box labeled Categories. If you don't see your category listed, click on the "View All" link. Using the checkbox, select the category you want, and click the Add to Menu button.

    Finally, scroll back up to the top of the page and click the Save Menu button. You're set.

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