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Pages are static, timeless content that are unique from the regular blog chronology.

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'); } It clearly has template-mycustomtemplate.php set under Pages > This Page in Admin Panel. Can anyone shed some light on that? UPDATE: it returns TRUE in the loop but FALSE outside the loop …
asked Feb 15 '13 by Paul
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When you put a name at the top of your index.php like: <?php /* Template Name: Blog Template */ ?> it will work for front-page and it will also create a new page template. I'm wondering if this is …
asked Apr 2 '13 by Paul
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WordPress has an option to pick "Latest Posts" and "Static Page" under "Settings" in Admin Panel. My questions: What page template is getting loaded in each of those modes? Why paged stops working a …
asked Dec 1 '12 by Paul
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I discovered that it isn't actually a bug. In the loop is_home() will refer to the currently looped object and not to the page that you accessed. In fact that's handy!
answered Jun 10 '13 by Paul
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I've got custom template that I want to display paged blog posts. This is the beginning of my file: $wp_query = new WP_Query($args); if($wp_query->have_posts()){ while($wp_query->have_pos …
asked Dec 29 '12 by Paul