[Resolved] Blog posts as permanent static posts – is this possible?

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    Hi, Have to say loving both generatepress pro and generateblocks pro!

    Things are clean, which is very refreshing. I’ve been coding and designing for 20 years and have tried pretty much everything.

    I’m still learning the ins and outs. Can you help direct me (please) to how I might configure a blog as a section on a home page with static urls by category (meaning they don’t change position).

    Thank you for your help,

    Customer Support

    Hi Tracy,

    Not 100% sure what you are after but maybe the Query Loop block from GB is what you are looking for?


    I’ll dig a little deeper into the query loop block and WP Show Posts – Thank you


    Hi, this post resolved my question – Thank you!


    Hey guys.

    I am curious about changing the hero grid so it stays static, or so I can choose which 4 posts go there instead of the 4 most recent posts.

    I would create a custom category called hero grid and then only put the four posts into that category that I wanted to show on the home page.

    Obviously, I can change published dates to create this effect but that seems wrong.

    So how can I change the hero grid to show a category instead of the 4 most recent posts?

    Hi Lucas,

    The Posts in the Header are generated from a WP Show Posts List called Header: https://share.getcloudapp.com/bLuKdplq

    Through editing the List, you can specify a specific category to display as such: https://share.getcloudapp.com/JruOnwpe

    Hope this clarifies. 🙂

    Customer Support

    Hello there,

    That’s for WP Show Posts plugin. For reference, WP Show Posts has already been merged with GenerateBlocks, and we highly advice our users to use GenerateBlocks Query Loop Block as shared by Leo above.

    You can also choose a specific category to show in the Query Loop by adding a Parameter – Taxonomy – Category. Kindly check this section in the article: https://docs.generateblocks.com/article/query-loop-overview/#query-parameters


    Ok, good to know. Noted. Thank you!

    Customer Support

    You’re welcome!

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