I searched faq, but no luck. I use the default style, aka Kubrick, because i like the layout, but all of my posts run together, one into the next. can I break them up, so that to see the previous post a reader has to click to it?
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how do i separate my posts?
Can we start with a link to your WordPress.COM blog, starting with http://
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First, in this forum we don't answer questions unless we make sure we're talking about a wp.COM and not a wp.ORG blog.
Second, in this forum we answer in a helpful way. If chrisgilsenan knew HOW to "put them on different pages" he wouldn't be asking.
Please stop fooling around here.
hello again, thanks for the patience here. I dont know what the .org is. my site is
just trying to separate the pages, and havent been able to figure it out. thanks.
Display one post at a time:
Dashboard > Settings (on the top right) >Reading > Blog pages show at most > type in 1
Or use the "more" tag to have the first bit of each post show:
Pay attention to the formatting issues when using this tag.
In Settings>Reading you set the number of posts displayed in the front page. If you really want them "separated", set it to 1. Don't forget to click Save Changes.
thanks to you both!
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