Changing your reading settings

14 responses on “Changing your reading settings

  1. The Gaffer

    Thanks, very helpful!

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  2. buli3go

    good tip

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  3. GLOBAL

    I don’t have a front page display option. im not able to activate the static settings…. please help

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  4. Johnny Moad

    for some reason my most recent post is not displayed at the top of my page. does anyone know how to fix that?

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  5. lorlie6

    WordPress, you never fail me and I appreciate that.
    My current problem, though, is this: I feel that I in my ignorance regarding blogs have made it difficult to navigate my writings.
    You see, I use my Word Press blogs for all of my writing tasks, and find them quite well received. However I want to make them as accessible as possible.
    Any tips?
    Thank you,
    Laurel Rogers

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  6. railandreason

    We want to change our settings so that only an short summary of each post is displayed on the Front Page. I changed the Reading setting to “Summary” but it didn’t change anything on the page when I refreshed. Does this not happen automatically? Any help would be much appreciated!

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  7. icetreat

    I don’t have a front page display option. im not able to activate the static settings…. please help

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  8. crosswordsolving

    Help! How do I make a certain post the first one to always appear — instead of the newest one?

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  9. creoentuweb

    Please Help! I’m sign up an english blog account on wordpress.com and I’d would like if I can change the language because I’m spanish and all my friends are spanish too. I don’t know enough english to understand all things.

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  10. creoentuweb

    I’m ok. I have changed language and that’s fine. Now my blog is in spanish.
    I’m pleased with wordpress’settings. Thanks.

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Published

January 5, 2009

Reading settings let you customize how your readers will experience your blog – whether from the web or their feed reader. This brief tutorial walks you through the options

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