how to see older post after scrowing down to the last post on the home featured

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    Gordy
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    I am showing 12 post under the Genesis featured home post but, I would like to know how a visitor can see more post after scrowing down to the last post on the featured post on the home page.

     

    What is the best solutions for them to see older post that were in the featured home post before but, that have now moved down the ladder because I have added new posts.

    Here is the site : http://www.afroscandic.com

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    braddalton
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    #49378

    capacitron
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    The Jetpack plugin has an Infinite Scroll Add-On too. However when trying to activate I’m told by Jetpack: “…your theme, Minimum Child Theme, doesn’t support Infinite Scroll…” They do provide a support page: http://jetpack.me/support/infinite-scroll/. I thought I’d ask the community first before I plunge into it. Any suggestions, shortcuts etc etc?

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    Gordy
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    It seems that it is not just only “mMinimum Child Theme” that is affected. It looks like it is all the Genesis Child theme that are not currently supporting the infinite-scroll

    If you succed using Jetpack, please let me know how you go about it.

    cheers!

    #50547

    Gordy
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    Hi Capacitron,

    Have you been able to use the jetpack infinite-scroll on the Genesis child theme?

    Please let me know if it has worked for you. And I would appreciate any tip on how to do this from anybody in the house.

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