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I hold an M.Div. from Mid-America Reformed Seminary (2000) and am an independent scholar-publisher. Primary fields of biblical expertise are in Pauline studies, but I have also done considerable work in many other biblical and theological areas, including sacraments, covenant theology, etc.


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awarded  Autobiographer
Apr
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awarded  Student
Apr
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answered Users problem (multi-author plus multisite)
Apr
19
asked Users problem (multi-author plus multisite)
Mar
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comment Custom title widget / HTML encoding
Thanks, Shazzad. That's good to know. Since I'm already farther than that, though, I probably won't go that route myself.
Mar
4
revised Custom title widget / HTML encoding
added 80 characters in body
Mar
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asked Custom title widget / HTML encoding
Jan
23
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
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asked Implications of porting WordPress MU-based blog to new server/domain
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awarded  Scholar
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
11
accepted Main blog page works but title says Page not found
Jan
11
comment Main blog page works but title says Page not found
Okay, I've got it working. I don't know why it didn't work the first time. But yes, I created a blog page and set it as my posts page and the index is now displaying the proper title. Thanks so much for your help. It steered me in the right direction, although I still find it strange that the index page was already working in every other respect.
Jan
11
comment Main blog page works but title says Page not found
Well, once again, if I choose a static page to use as the posts page, the list of posts no longer shows up. That's much worse than I already have now. As I said, I have a fully working blog index page now. The ONLY thing wrong with it is that in the page title it says "Page not found." That doesn't sound like a hierarchy issue to me, and nothing I see on the Template Hierarchy codex page looks relevant. It's clear that WP is already falling back to my index.php, which is what I want. What isn't clear is why it's not finding the page title.
Jan
10
comment Main blog page works but title says Page not found
Well, Chip, then it should be working already. It already IS using index.php.
Jan
10
comment Main blog page works but title says Page not found
Nevermind about the last problem. Once I deleted permanently out of the Trash, I got back to my original situation
Jan
10
comment Main blog page works but title says Page not found
I'm thinking about this... Would it work to create a Page Template identical to my index.php, and create a page called Blog based on that, and set that as my Posts page? I'll give that a shot.... EDIT: Nope, tried that, and as I suspected, I lost all my blog content. Even worse, I'm getting a real Page not found after deleting the page. :(
Jan
10
comment Main blog page works but title says Page not found
Thanks, Jonathan. You may be onto something there. I'm using if(is_home()) bloginfo('name'); else wp_title('') ... that's in the header for the whole theme, so if I need to change that, I'd have to be careful that I wouldn't break anything else.... Will look at the link you provided.
Jan
10
comment Main blog page works but title says Page not found
Oo, thanks, good questions. Just realized now that the Settings > Reading has nothing selected for Posts page. (The Front Page is of course set for the static home page.) But the only options in the dropdown are static pages. If I create a page called blog, it's going to draw from my Pages template rather than my index.php, so still not sure how to proceed. Am hesitant to test the other themes in the middle of the day, since the rest of the site is already live.
Jan
10
awarded  Editor