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How to hide a post from the homepage

  1. urbanoutfittersblog
    Member

    Hi!

    I'm creating a multilingual blog with with French, German and English content.

    The blog is largely for an English speaking audience, so I have created two custom menus, one for the French content and one for the German content. These are pulling the content correctly.

    However, when I create the German post and assign it to German language, it will appear on the main homepage and the same for the French content. So I will have three identical posts all in different languages appear.

    I really like the 'latest posts' homepage and don't want to change this.

    Is there a way to hide certain posts from the homepage?

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

  2. You could hide posts with a certain tag or category on the homepage with custom CSS.

    For example, hide posts in the deutsch category from the homepage:

    .home article.category-deutsch {
      display: none;
    }

    This will not rearrange the grid, however, so there will be gaps. A theme with more traditional vertical linear layout won't have this issue.

  3. urbanoutfittersblog
    Member

    @Kathrynwp Thanks for your help!

    Do you need a premium account for a custom CSS?

  4. Custom CSS comes with the Premium or Business plans:

    https://store.wordpress.com/plans/

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