creating pages on wordpress website

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just a quick question, I just create a new wordpress website with twenty-seveneen theme, all about creating contents about internet marketing and doing reviews. all my posts are all going into the blog page, making all my posts muddled up. please recommend how to put articles in blog pages and review posts in review pages. if need be, please suggest best free wp theme that can help solve this problem.
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  • Profile picture of the author macedo6466
    When you stated, you created a new Wordpress website with 'twenty-seventeen theme' I'm assuming you've installed the Wordpress theme. Is this correct? If so, usually pre-installed themes on wordpress require some attention, aesthetically, user experience, etc.

    If you don't want to deal with the hassle of adding functionality, marketing elements, social media, etc. which at times is time consuming searching for the right one and right price. I would recommend looking into a paid wordpress theme. The paid themes are designed with elements that may be uses full to your blogging needs. the best part it's ready made for you make some quick changes and start blogging. Google forest theme and check out the cool themes. good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Originally Posted by Hustlejoint community View Post

    just a quick question, I just create a new wordpress website with twenty-seveneen theme, all about creating contents about internet marketing and doing reviews. all my posts are all going into the blog page, making all my posts muddled up. please recommend how to put articles in blog pages and review posts in review pages. if need be, please suggest best free wp theme that can help solve this problem.
    thanks
    Create 'categories' for your posts (not pages) and when you create the post assign the post to the appropriate category.
    Category: Internet Marketing
    Category: Reviews
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  • Profile picture of the author parmarjeet
    The only thing that you can do is create categories of reviews and blogs separately.
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  • Profile picture of the author techwizard
    Get multiple categories depending on what articles you'll be posting.


    Also consider changing the default Wordpress theme. There are tons of free ones in the themes directory.
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  • Profile picture of the author secretja
    You can create custom post type "Review". One of the solutions. And do not use default theme.
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  • Profile picture of the author brainstudioz
    When you said, you created a new Wordpress website with 'twenty-seven-seven theme', I assume you have installed the Wordpress theme. Is this correct? If so, usually pre-installed themes in wordpress require some attention, aesthetics, user experience, etc. If you do not want to deal with the hassle of adding functionality, marketing elements, social networks, etc., which sometimes takes a long time looking for the right price. I would recommend looking at a paid wordpress theme. The payment themes are designed with elements that can be used to meet your blogging needs. The best part is ready for you to make some quick changes and start creating blogs. Google theme of the forest and check out interesting topics. good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author Zil Vilis
    I thin you need to create 2 categories and assign each to post accordingly. Do not use pages for that, as pages are used for different stuff in wordpress, use posts for it
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  • Profile picture of the author Chrisnimer
    You know men working with some functionalities will takes time but you want to make it fast and easy, you have to find free plugins or themes having that functionality or else you will have to but that if not free


    Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Black Coffy
    If you have the money, I usually purchase from a theme company with support. I've been using Mythemeshop for years. They have about 60 different decent themes and tech support is free. They will always answer any question or concerns on how to construct your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author GDIIT
    Hi! I have done this several times by using categories. Just categorize each of your posts into two, such that your posts will be group into two (e.g. Category>>Review, Category>>Blog). Then, on your main menu, instead of placing the blog page link, which contains all of your posts, place the two categories instead. So, if the visitor clicks the 'Reviews' link, they will only be shown all your review posts. If they click on the 'Blog' link, only those categorized under blog will be shown.
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