[Resolved] Blogger-style scrolling?

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  • #1479112
    Bob

    Hello,

    I have a blog called http://www.gohydrology.org in Blogger. The one thing I love about it is that it simply shows the posts “in full” which I can then read (say ten at a time) but just scrolling down the page. This is an important feature because adjacent blog posts refer to the previous or forthcoming post that is lost if you have to click into to read a post. I would like to migrate the blog over to Word Press — and use Generate Press to do so. However, in most of themes I’ve looked at, and also playing around the with blog function on the two other Word Press sites I recently made (http://www.bobbyangel.org and http://www.campfirepark.org), I am unable to format the blog roll to show the “full posts” in a similar scroll. Even when I use infinite scroll in GP, when I click into an individual post it only shows that singular post, and requiring me to click to the next post to read the next.

    Long story short:

    Is there a way to include that “Blogger type” full-post scroll I am referring to?

    Thank you,

    Bob

    #1479169
    Elvin
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi Bob,

    Have you tried checking Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > Layout > Blog? You should be able to show the post’s full content on the blog roll by clicking the Archives tab and selecting “Full post” on the dropdown.

    If you don’t see this option, perhaps the Blog addon module is disabled on Dashboard > Appearance > Generate Press. Make sure that Blog is activated so you can see it on your customizer settings.

    Read more about it here – https://docs.generatepress.com/article/blog-content-layout/

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    #1480805
    Bob

    Thank you Elvin.

    Don’t know why I didn’t see that.

    Yes, I just did as you recommended and it works.

    Thank you!

    Bob

    #1483772
    Elvin
    Staff
    Customer Support

    No problem. 🙂

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