For a high end content management system, WordPress sure makes it difficult to implement seemingly simple functionality every now and then. Thankfully, there are a few ways to get the job done. Post sorting in WordPress is actually pretty straightforward and can be summed up in a few words: reverse chronological order.
A short and sweet blog post this one… if you want to share a list of posts by tag or category, or the results from a search on a WordPress blog in the order in which they were posted, just add? What this means is that you can share tagged posts in a chronological view, rather than the default reverse chronological review. Which means your reader can read them in the right order without having to go through any grief…. For the order in which they were published , use?
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Need help? Check out our Support site , then. I have a static homepage with my main menu set up as different categories. For example, Style and Beauty. I would like my posts with the Style category to be on the Style page and posts with the Beauty category to be on the beauty page. The blog I need help with is everydayraleightay. This is a one or the other situation. You can create a static front page, and then a separate page for all your published posts.
This guide explains everything you need to know about posts. Posts are always associated with a date, which is included in the URL. Sometimes, posts are confused with pages. See Post vs. Page for an explanation of the differences. Table of Contents.