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How can I put my latest posts at the bottom?

  1. How can I put my latest posts at the bottom?

    Good Day.
    I want to know if my latest posts can be showed at the bottom of the previous posts WITHOUT using loops and stuff. If not, I just want to know if there is an easirier way. I really need answer ASAP, so please answer this immediately.

    Thank you. Good Luck!

    The blog I need help with is

  2. Hi there, it's not possible to display the newest posts last on your blog page - displays posts in reverse chronological order, so the newest ones are always at the top.

    As a workaround, you could instead create a static page with your blog archives, and have that display in ascending (chronological) order:

    Just let me know if I can help with anything else.

    p.s. If you ever need a staff reply in future, be sure to add the tag modlook in the Tags area of your post. More tips on using the forums.

  3. @kathrynwp
    If you look at the bottom of the posts on this blog you will see thumbnail images and links to related posts. Example:

    I could be wrong but perhaps this is what emvtamayosa is referring to. In any event I would like to know if the blogger is creating those thumbnails and links manually or if is providing some blogs with this ability but not others.

  4. Hi timethief, those recommended posts are being added by the blogger within the post itself - - through Zemanta.

  5. @kathrynwp
    Thanks for answering. Through Zemanta - hmmmm? Well, that looks interesting. I've only used the text links myself.

  6. Hello,

    I am new to blogging and have a question that probably has a very simple answer. When I add "new post" is doesn't appear even after I publish it and/or update it. I wanted the one running page where each new post would be found I don't get that when I add to it. Amateur question!


  7. Oops- excuse typos in previous message!

  8. Hi stolenwaters - could you please start a new thread to describe your issue in detail, and add the tag modlook in the Tags area and a Staff member will help you out in your own thread. Thanks.

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