Settings → Reading
The options in the Settings Reading SubPanel are few in number, but still important. You can decide if you want posts, or a "static" Page, displayed as your blog's front (main) page. You can also adjust how many posts are displayed on that main page. In addition, you can adjust syndication feed features to determine how the information from your site is sent to a reader's web browser or other applications.
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- Front page displays
- Use this setting to determine if your posts or a "static" Page displays as your blog's front (main) page. This setting displays only if you have one or more Pages defined. Please note static front page plugins and other 'posts display' control/restriction plugins may affect how these features work!
- Your latest posts - Check to radio button so your latest posts are displayed on the blog's front page. Remember, the number of posts you display is controlled by the "Blog pages show at most" setting.
- A static page (select below) - Check this radio button to cause a "static" Page to be displayed as your blog's front page. At the same time, choose the Page that will display your actual Posts. The Front page and Posts page cannot be the same value.
- Blog pages show at most
- [X] posts - Enter the number of posts to be displayed, per page, on your site.
- Syndication feeds show the most recent
- [X] posts - Enter the number the number of posts people will see when they download one of your site's feeds.
- For each article in a feed, show
- Determines whether or not the feed will include the full article or just a summary.
- Full text - Click this radio button to include the full content of each post
- Summary - Click this radio button include a summary of the post. This could save bandwidth.
- Note: If you use the <--more--> feature, it will cut off posts in RSS feeds.
- Encoding for pages and feeds
- Enter the character encoding to set the choice of languages in which you, the other authors, and your commenters, can write. The default (and safe choice) is "UTF-8" (see Unicode), as that encoding supports a wide variety of languages. If you wish to use some other character encoding (for example you have imported or will import articles written using a different character encoding) then specify that here. Caution should be used when changing this field as it may change the way information is displayed on your blog. For a more in depth article on character encoding see Character encoding.
- Click the Save Changes button to ensure any changes you have made to your Settings are saved to your database. Once you click the button, a confirmation text box will appear at the top of the page telling you your settings have been saved.
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