I've tried doing this before. Some of the advice involved changing the name of the home.php file to something like home-old.php and adjusting the settings in WordPress to make the blog page the home page. The trouble I ran into there is that the navigation at the bottom of the page didn't work. When I clicked one of the page numbers or Next, the same last six posts showed up even if the numeric navigation bar indicated I was on page 2, 3, and so on.
I love the look and layout of the Minimum theme. I just don't need the dynamic home page. Can anyone help?
I don't use the widgets, but it places the posts in two columns as excerpts. I want one column and I want to be able to display a full post if I choose. I know how to set up the number of posts displayed and so forth. I just want to get rid of the two column layout and make it function like a traditional blog.
Can I do this, add the V.2 home php to V.1 if I want two columns of posts on the V.1 front page? seems too easy and likely to screw up everything...my usual result.
Road2Ruin aka Michael LongRun Pictures
Bingo. Easy. I was just afraid to do that. Thanks.
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