[wp-hackers] Putting post into /blog/
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Sat Nov 28 23:08:35 UTC 2009
On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 8:29 PM, Demetris <kikizas at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a question that goes one step further than the original
> question. I know that a permalink structure like:
> ... works. (I’ve used it.)
> Now, say that I want to use a static page for “Front Page”. So, in
> Settings › Reading I select a Page, e.g. my About page, as “Front
> Then I make a new page to use as “Posts Page”:
> Notice that the slug of my “Posts Page” is exactly the same as the
> first part of my permalink structure: “journal”. I did that on
> purpose, because I want the same name for both.
> This scheme SEEMS to work in a test setup:
> http://example.com/ ‹ My static About page
> http://example.com/journal ‹ My posts in reverse chronology
> http://example.com/journal/1 ‹ My first post.
> http://example.com/journal/category/foo ‹ Posts in the category Foo
> etc. etc.
> Is there some reason NOT to use such a setup?
> Thanks for reading,
Make sure the Newer / Older Posts links work properly:
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