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  1. ritalovestowrite
    Member

    Hello my home page is set up to show my last several post. It shows the lastest post... very breifly shows my next to the last post... then that disappears and it show one I did on 11/27 (I post every day so this is a week's worth of post that vanish.)

    All the post are still in the dashboard.

    Here's the quick link to the last post...http://wp.me/p2sm4g-Pj
    and here's the link to the next to the last post (the one that disappears.) ...http://wp.me/p2sm4g-P1

    Since this is part 2 and part 1 in a series (part 3 is tomorrow) I'd really like people to read down the page and get the previous blog.

    Any thoughts?
    Thanks,
    Rita

    The blog I need help with is ritalovestowrite.com.

  2. Go here > Settings > Reading and set the number of posts you want to display on the front page.
    Blog pages show at most __ posts
    click "save changes"

  3. ritalovestowrite
    Member

    OK. I tried that, but On my Mac and my iPad I have the same result. (it still jumps to a blog posted a week ago after the one I posted today.)

    However my husband was ok on his iPhone. ???? How weird is that?

    I'm running Firefox on the desktop and looked at it on Safari on the iPad.

  4. I see another issue now. Your sidebar is below your posts.

    Sidebars and widgets in them do not fall to the bottom and display below posts and/or posts do not appear in sidebars unless

    (1) content has been imported into the blog

    (2) the blogger has been copying and pasting content from elsewhere, without using either icon 5 or icon 6 in Row 2 of the visual editor http://en.support.wordpress.com/visual-editor/#pasting-text

    (3) or the blogger has copied and pasted invalid HTML into a text widget or left an HTML tag open

    See here for sorting this out > http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2012/05/19/sidebar-at-the-bottom-and-related-issues/

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