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Is there a way to post content that does not move or remains "static" within different pages? I am trying to set a description of each of my pages on my blog to give the reader an intro about each page. Is this Possible?

Example:

This is how I would want my "Audio Stories" page to look....

(Page)Audio Stories (Content) In this section you will find tales of random encounters with strangers from around the world.

blog post

blog post

blog post

etc..

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  • Is Audio Stories as post category? Or is a page under "Pages"?
    – gdaniel
    Jan 13, 2017 at 17:54
  • More detail needed.
    – Anwer AR
    Jan 13, 2017 at 18:16

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If you want to show that static content in your post then you can find post.php template in your theme and find function "the_content();" just before this function make a div for your static content and add our static content there. Similarly if you want to show that content in page then find page.php template which is default and archive.php for category page.

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you can use the category (taxonomy term) description and print the description in your archive page.

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