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Exclude category from main blog page

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Dear all,


I would like to exclude one category from the main blog page. 


The idea is to keep 'lighter' posts out of the main flow of posts.


This seems so obvious now, I may have overlooked the obvious way to go about this. 


Thanks in advance,

Kind regards,


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Ok thanks

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