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Use a static front page

Use a static front page: WordPress.com Essential Training
Use a static front page: WordPress.com Essential Training

A new WordPress.com website defaults to a “blog” view, which means your home page displays a list of your latest posts in reverse chronological order. In this movie, learn how to tweak your site settings to use a regular home page, called a static front page, instead of a post listing. For professional or business sites this is a common option.

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CMS Blogs Web WordPress

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