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On the Aspire Pro theme, with the home page customized, including removing all the recent blog post excerpts from the bottom.
I would like to use a separate Page called "Blog" to display all posts while still keeping the home page intact. I went to Settings -> Reading: I left Front Page alone (it still says "-Select-" and set the static page for "Post Pages" to "Blog." When doing that, the homepage maintains the header and footer, but the content section simply says "Sorry, no content matched your criteria."
The site is: http://kepcon.codeshippers.com/ - if that helps.
Is there a way to fix this? I really appreciate any help. Thank you so much!
Create a new page and select the blog page template.
Leave the reading settings as default so your front page displays latest posts.
Thanks Brad, that worked perfectly. Have a great day!
I have a problem with "Front Page 6 Widget" theme Aspire Pro
In this section there are icons like this:
<div class="left-content"><i class="far fa-flag" style="font-size: 60px" ></i></div>
I want to change the color (now is black) in #026e94.
I tryed to write this
<div class="left-content"><i class="far fa-flag" style="font-size: 60px" style="color:green" ></i></div>
but it doesn't work, please help me.
<div class="left-content"><i class="fa fa-flag" style="font-size: 60px;color:green;"></i></div>
Thank you so much, you save me!
If I would like to add an icon in the menu label, How I can do it?
Start a new thread with that new question and try and give some more details as to what you want achieve.
Glad you fixed the 1st problem
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