How do I get my 3 published entries to appear like the Pilcrow sample?

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  • #1259943

    ramaloy
    Member

    I’ve done the cookies thing, and reviewed your online suggestions, but I’m stumped. Something is wrong with the way my blog appears. Under the theme NOT FOUND appears, even though I’ve published 3 posts. The 3 posts do show, but they show in the wrong spot. They’re listed after HOME, above the Pilcrow theme. The Pilcrow sample clearly shows they should be listed to the right. I’ve used wordpress in the past, and that’s where they’ve always appeared. Please correct this or tell me how to. Thanks.

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

    #1260148

    sammetheny
    Member

    I visited your blog. It looks like you have your home page set to a static home page instead of having the home page set to “display latest posts”

    Give this a try:

    Go to Settings > Reading > Front page displays:

    and then choose: Your latest posts.

    In other words, it’s sort of the opposite set of directions to what is given in this support article: http://en.support.wordpress.com/pages/front-page/

    #1260158

    ramaloy
    Member

    thanks, but the settings aren’t “static,” and “your latest posts” is checked in the “front page displays” field.

    #1260161

    raincoaster
    Member

    You do not have any posts. That is why there is nothing on your blog. Go to Dashboard->Posts->Add New and create one. You get the 404 because you only had the placeholder post that WP.com puts there, and you deleted it.

    #1260162

    raincoaster
    Member

    What you have are static PAGES. That is what shows in the header, not posts.

    #1260208

    ramaloy
    Member

    Thanks, Raincoaster, that was it, although now I wonder why there’s a “publish” feature on Pages. I had to trash those to keep the entry titles from appearing after Home (above the Pilcrow theme).

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