Navigating your blog

The Daily Post

Being a blogger means thinking not only about what you’re writing, but how to present your writing. This is most obvious in your blog’s menu, or navigation bar—without it, visitors to your site would be stuck at a dead end. A well thought-out menu helps to highlight your work and gives your audience an easy way to learn more about you and your projects.

As a Happiness Engineer, one of the most common questions I am asked is, “How can I add posts to pages on my blog?” While it’s true that organizing your posts into certain topics is an excellent way to display the diversity of your writing, it’s actually not possible to add posts to pages. Because posts and pages are two different types of content, they cannot be combined.

Instead, this effect can be achieved with categories. Similar to tags, categories allow bloggers to group certain types

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