My blog is called Triumph Funding, but you may see it under the title The Triumph Fund. I see that of the four pages I have, all but the Posts page (which until today I had, for a bit called Musings), work well and I like them. The problem with the Posts page is that it has the posts from Thank You and even one or both of the other page that also appears on it.
I want this to include only posts, not the content also found on other pages. My several searches for the way to handle this under Help gave me ideas, but they didn’t seem to work. I am kind of a novice, so this is, in a way, new to me. What do I do to fix this? How do I make sure it does not happen again? And, can I change the name of the page back to Musings?
Thanks for your help.
The blog I need help with is thetriumphfund.wordpress.com.
You seem to have published a static page titled “Home” as well as a post titled “Home” (with the same content), and a static page titled “Thank You” as well as a post titled “Thank You” (with the same content). So you must first go to Posts > All Posts and delete these two redundant posts.
Take a read through this: http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2010/06/30/posts-on-pages/ awareness of that will save you time in the long run.
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