8 August 2009
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It’s easy to use WordPress to build an entirely static content site, based on Pages. The setting for changing the Home page from a list of Posts to a static Page is easy to find, and obvious in use. But moving the blog to the same level as other sections of the site is not so obvious. There are multiple related settings, and even the WordPress Codex page on the topic is out-of-date.
This article documents the simplest approach required to build a site like this one, a basic mostly-static WordPress site, where the blog is not the focus of the home page, but pushed down to the same secondary “non-root” level as all the other pages.