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    Lena AlRayess-Dumas
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    Hi, I would like a static homepage that has my right sidebar. I disabled my right sidebar on my blog page and enabled it on my home page; however, it only appears on my homepage when I make the blog page the parent of the home page. I don’t know if this means the sidebar “lives” on the blog page only? If this is the case, I’d like it to live on my homepage, but I am unable to figure out how to do that.

    Thanks!

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    #52053

    vako
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    WP Royal Team

    Hi Lena,

     

    Seem that we have some misunderstanding here, as you mentioned “I would like a static homepage that has my right sidebar” we checked the website link you shared and it has already shown the sidebar only on the home page, here are the screenshots: home page, blog page.

    Can you please describe the issue more detailed and share the screenshots on your end if we missed any part of the issue.

     

    Kind Regards

    #52092

    Lena AlRayess-Dumas
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    vako
    Keymaster
    WP Royal Team

    Hi Lena,

     

    1. To enable the sidebars on the static pages, please navigate to  Dashboard > Pages > Edit Page > Page Options > Show Sidebar.

    2. With the theme and WordPress settings, you can only have one blog page at the same time, but I can give you shortcodes to have blog posts on the home page and on the blog page too.

    Navigate to Dashboard > Pages and create a Blog and Home pages. After doing that

    Navigate to Settings > Reading > Reading Settings > A static page (select below)

    Homepage > Home

    Post Page > Blog

    Also, use shortcode functionality to display post on the home page. see below guide.

    To display all latest post use:

    [ashe_blog]

    To select specific categories in the blog feed shortcode, you just need to add the “categories” attribute to it. You can list multiple categories separated by a comma:

    [ashe_blog categories="food,travel"]

    or select a single one like this:

    [ashe_blog categories="food"]

    Also, posts per page could be limited by adding the “amount” attribute” like this:

    [ashe_blog categories="food" amount="5"]

    To select specific posts in the blog feed shortcode, you just need to add the “post_ids” attribute to it and list selected post ids separated by a comma like this:

    [ashe_blog post_ids="1,23,157"]

    Hope it was helpful.

     

    Kind Regards

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