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Display Blog Posts by Category on Separate Pages

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  • Started 10 years ago by noShitWFP
  • Latest reply from noShitWFP
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  1. Hi,

    First I'd best give you some idea of what you're dealing with:

    Thematics & WordPress Noob, PHP virtually illiterate (copy/paste, comprehend, but not write), CSS (no probs):

    I'm hoping this is simply me not having my head around Thematics yet. I've been using Wordpress & Thematics now for a whole week..been doing ok so far.

    Here's the site -

    Built on Thematics with FeatureSite Childtheme.

    If you look at the site you'll see the following Tabs on the top Nav/Menu:

    1) noSh-it! Pizza Blog; and
    2) noSh-it! Edits Blog

    I would like posts to be listed according to Category (or other functional suggestion), to give the appearance and function of 2 blogs. In other words, instead of listing all posts (with excerpts),on one page like this -, I would like them to appear as they do when I click on the individual Category links like this -

    I would then like to be able to use the frontpage-feature.phps to feature latest posts from these 2 main categories on the feature-page (when I put it up). Figured there's not much point doing that until I have the blog display thing done.

    Thanks in advance

    Stephen Glanville

    Posted 10 years ago #
  2. Hi Stephen,

    here's the first part of the solution:

    Posts inside the Pages and subpages


    Posted 10 years ago #
  3. Hi Chris,

    Totally gobsmacked mate...bluddy awesome, thanks heaps :- )

    Now that I've got that almost sorted (except I can't find the Category IDs :-/ Doh!) - I asked the question in more detail on the other item here -

    I'm so very close.

    Many thanks again Chris :- )

    I reckon once I've got this bit sorted, I've got a half decent chance of jerry-riggin' the other bit :-)...if not, I'll be back...


    Stephen Glanville

    Posted 10 years ago #

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