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how might it be possible to setup the pagelines blog page (set as home page on my site) so that 2 sections can show two different blog categories of posts?  ... I'd like the large top posts to have a title above to be from a separate posts category than the smaller posts (shown below the larger ones) which have a unique posts category from the ones higher up. Is this doable? See http://SnazzyProductions.com

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Danny    1,327
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HI,

 

This isn't possible with the WP-Content/PostLoop section, as Wordpress doesn't allow you to have two Content areas, as there is only one in the Wordpress Page/Post editor area.

 

The only way to achieve this kind of layout would be to either create your own loop section or use a plugin such as Special Recent Posts or MiniLoops, both of which are freely available via the WordPress plugin repo.


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