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How do I set "Blog pages show at most 'Variable' posts" (under setting > reading) to 0 it isn't letting me. So what file do I need to edit so the value is 0?

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I Have a plugin that show top 15 recent post, and I going to modified it in staid of it taking you to a new page, A new sub window will appear in said of the page. – MathCubes Sep 16 '13 at 0:18

You can change the homepage to a static page (and have no content).

Create a new page, then:

Appearance -> Customise -> Static Front Page tab

And select 'A static page' and then select your new page.

If you set 0 for the value you mentioned above, none of your blog pages will show any content.

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Yea I want have none of your blog pages will show any content! Yea I can I do it! – MathCubes Sep 16 '13 at 0:56
And I don't want to see the posts on the home page. and I a spacted page for bloging. – MathCubes Sep 16 '13 at 1:03
Using pages, you won't see any of the posts appearing unless you add a loop. – Wrought_steel Sep 16 '13 at 3:49
Doesn't work it shows the title of the page and A edit bottom! – MathCubes Sep 18 '13 at 0:40
Edit only appears for you (logged in users who can edit the page), and it will always show the title of the page unless you edit the template in the php. I'm not sure what you are wanting to do, can you show a screenshot? – Wrought_steel Sep 18 '13 at 5:03

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