I'm struggling to find out the following:

I would like to have 8 different pages (so I have 8 different tabs), and each of them should look like an individual blog.

I can't figure out how to do this, i tried several things such as:

  • Creating Categories
  • Putting these categories in the menu editor as sub pages

But the blogs (posts) keep showing up on the front page. Website: www.fundamentalblogs.com

Anyone that could help me out? Thanks in advance!


Go to settings in your dashboard and then to "reading" change your homepage to a static page. This page will then load whenever you load the main site url.

You can then create the other 7 pages and add whatever content you want to those pages. Make sure if your menu (appearances/menu) isn't adding them to go ahead and add the pages there)

If you need to add individual blog archives to each of the new pages, your theme may have a shortcode or you'll need to run a query for each page and / or setup page templates for each of them.

  • Thanks for the fast response! Trying it out right now :) – Robin Nov 15 '17 at 23:30
  • I can't seem to figure it out. My Original idea was to have a blank homepage (with some pictures redirecting to the 8 other tabs/blogs). Now I've made the homepage static it shows all of the blogs, but the tabs aren't showing any. I've added in the menu: - Page (tab 1) - Sub item Category 1 - Page (tab 2) - Sub item Category 2 – Robin Nov 15 '17 at 23:38
  • What theme are you using? Does it have a blog shortcode? What is different about each blog? – rudtek Nov 15 '17 at 23:40
  • Theme: The Fash Blog. The difference between each blog is the niche, I have large traffic accounts on Instagram which will provide the traffic. This is the website: www.fundamentalblogs.com – Robin Nov 15 '17 at 23:44
  • I managed to work it out! I just deleted all the pages and am now working with only categories. I'm just wondering if there is a way to hide the blogs on my home page, since i just want it to be a slideshow – Robin Nov 16 '17 at 1:09

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