I’m working on a Graphene theme WP site for our dog rescue group. The group would like to be able to add articles/posts on different pages. For example, say on the “socialization” page, they would like to add articles on puppy socialization, working with adolescent dogs, shy dogs, etc. as separate articles. Originally, they wanted the top navigation bar to function as links to pdfs but I thought that was not a good idea (it isn’t, right?) so convinced them that they could use posts for their articles. However, in looking at things, it looks like I can only use posts on one non-static page? I’m considering making a duplicate subsite with posts enabled so I can provide “teaser” text about the article and then a link to the individual post. Would that work? Is it too clever or is there an easier way to accomplish the same thing?
Resolved. I found solution using WP Hide Post plugin and a small hack to plugin.
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