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Blog roll on a separate page

  1. I'd like to take my blog roll off my main page and put it on a separate one, but I don't have any idea how to do this.

    The blog I need help with is sara-kerr.com.

  2. Lots of themes have a default Links page, so try this: create a static page called Links and see if all the links get posted there. If not, you can just copy/paste from the links widget into the visual editor as long as you make sure all your tags are closed. Then remove the Links widget.

  3. I'm okay until I read: "you can just copy/paste from the links widget into the visual editor as long as you make sure all your tags are closed."

    I'm not sure what you meant by "tags are closed."

  4. Also, I tried to search for themes with "default links pages," but none came up. Would you mind suggesting a few?

  5. I mean that some themes have it automatically, but I don't think there's an index of which ones do, so create the page and see if yours does.

    If that doesn't work, then copy/paste from the widget. Making sure tags are closed is necessary if you're going to do this: go to the HTML editor after you've done it and make sure for every open HTML tag there is a corresponding closing tag. Leaving even one off can cause problems.

  6. Take a look at this post by Panos where he lists which themes have links pages.

    http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2009/03/25/archives-and-links-templates/

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