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Make it possible to put "asides" aside

  1. I returned to TwentyTen to be able to use the "asides" feature of post formats. To my disappointment the post turned up in the main blog (with the headline removed).

    What I expected was all "asides" to be removed from the main page and put in either the sidebar or a dedicated page.

    Can this be solved?

    Best regards!

    J├Âran

    The blog I need help with is pamflett.wordpress.com.

  2. I think that the only way to do it would be to tag all your posts as "aside" or "post", then use custom menus to display only posts with the appropriate tag:

    http://en.support.wordpress.com/menus/

  3. Thank you. That part I figured out. I there any way to exclude the asides from my home page?

  4. You cannot exclude asides from the main page. The are just a different type of post, and all posts will show on the main page.

  5. Thanks for your help.

    I would like to have that possibility in the future.

  6. Set a static front page for your site.

    Assign a category of "post" to all normal posts.

    Put category links in the top navigation for the "posts" category and the "aside" category. Then people can click on one or the other to see only those.

    One thing I've found is that very few people even know what an "aside" is, so they might not even click on that category.

  7. Thanks. I'll call it something else.

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