Blog roll on a separate page

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  • #592488

    saragnkerr
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    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.

    #592621

    raincoaster
    Member

    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.

    #592622

    saragnkerr
    Member

    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.”

    #592623

    saragnkerr
    Member

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

    #592624

    raincoaster
    Member

    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.

    #592625

    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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