Headings or sections

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  • #705074

    ecolint8a
    Member

    Is it possible to have different headings or sections within one blog? I am creating a blog for my students and teach 4 different classes and need to have them all within one blog. Need Help, thanks.

    The blog I need help with is ecolint8a.wordpress.com.

    #705166

    You can set a static front page for the site and then use categories for the 4 different classes and then when a student from one class clicks on the category name for that class, they will get all the posts in that particular category.

    You can either put the categories widget into the sidebar, or you can create a custom menu and put the category names in the top navigation.

    #705190

    ecolint8a
    Member

    Thanks thesacredpath! I now have for categories in a sidebar but they all like to the same posts. What do I do?

    #705191

    ecolint8a
    Member

    ….they all have “uncategorized” as the active link under the non-active class title.

    #705252

    timethief
    Member

    A default category (“uncategorized”) will be assigned to published posts if you don’t specify one. The name of the default category can be changed under Settings > Writing in your dashboard.You can create a category for the name of each student in your dashboard > http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/categories/#adding-categories-via-your-dashboard

    #705263

    Open your existing posts in the editor and in the categories module, deselect “uncategorized” and select the appropriate category and then update the post.

    #705437

    knitnkwilt
    Member

    when setting up my theme I didn’t notice the need to change the subheading, so I still have the generic “just another WordPress blog” I would like to change that but when I go to headings, the only one active is the main heading.

    #705438

    airodyssey
    Member

    @knitnkwilt: Go to Settings > General > Tagline.
    If you have further questions, please create a new topic.

    #705439

    timethief
    Member

    @knitnkwilt
    Go here > Settings > General to either remove or change the Tagline. Don’t forget to click “save changes” when done.

    #705440

    timethief
    Member

    ~~airodyssey
    Good evening. :)

    #705441

    airodyssey
    Member

    @tt: Howdy!

    #705442

    knitnkwilt
    Member

    Thanks. It does help to get help to know what something is called!!!!

    #705443

    timethief
    Member

    No kidding. Here’s a link to the learn WordPress.com tutorial Staff have created for newcomers. Best wishes for happy blogging.

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