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  1. blueplanetalmanac
    Member

    Is there a simple setting I'm overlooking which would automatically load all posts on my blog, from the page http://practicalgrintuition.com/new?

    The blog I need help with is practicalgrintuition.com.

  2. The theme you chose has certain characteristics and features coded into it that you cannot change. It display only the most recent post in full on the front page and featured posts below it. It's an extremely customizable theme. Please read this so you are clear on how the theme operates Guide to The Morning After

  3. blueplanetalmanac
    Member

    Thanks. I've found that The Morning After has some little bugs in it. This seems to be one of them. Although one can check a box in the Reading settings which says to display "x" posts, the theme won't do it. Since I don't want to dive into the code in this case, the most likely option is to pay Woo Themes $70 for support.

  4. Wait. Are you asking how to automatically post from one blog to another at wordpress.com? Because that is not possible even if you pay for support.

  5. @raincaoster,
    You could be right.

  6. blueplanetalmanac
    Member

    raincoaster: No, that wasn't be asked.

  7. Okay, good. I am eaasily confused before I've had my coffee.

  8. @blueplanetalmanac:
    a) "Although one can check a box in the Reading settings which says to display "x" posts, the theme won't do it."
    It will: on category and other archive pages. Its special main page is designed to showcase the latest regular post only, plus any number of featured posts.
    b) "Since I don't want to dive into the code in this case".
    You cannot: you don't even have the Custom Design upgrade, but anyway it's not a CSS issue.
    c) "the most likely option is to pay Woo Themes $70 for support."
    That support is for self-hosted blogs, not wordpress.com blogs.

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