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    Jennifer
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    Hi and thanks for great themes. I want to have two post categories that each appear on a separate page. Neither of these pages will be the front page. The site link is: http://www.jhwriters.org/. I want “news” category posts to go to the News Page and “blog” category posts to got to the “blog” page.

    I had no problem doing this in Clean Journal Pro, but can’t find the option in Responsive Pro.

    Thanks very much.

    #104950

    Rush
    Participant

    You too huh?!?!?
    Well I can say from reading most of their replies that Step 1 is to create a child theme. This way you can modify the theme files. Just letting you know so you can get ahead of their response if this is time sensitive. http://terrychay.com/wordpress-plugins/one-click-child-theme

    #104974

    Mahesh
    Keymaster

    @jhwriters:
    @rushmayo:
    One simplest way is to use Archive page(Category). Go to Dashboard=> Appearance=> Menus and open Category tab and drag and drop the categories you want into the menu and click Save Menu. You’ll be good to go. Let me know if any problem.

    Regards,
    Mahesh

    #105424

    Jennifer
    Participant

    Thank you so much and sorry for my very slow reply. That was a very easy fix and works well.

    Happy Holidays to you all!

    Jen

    #105438

    Mahesh
    Keymaster

    @jhwriters: Thank you for your appreciation. Have a nice day!
    Happy Holidays 🙂

    Regards,
    Mahesh

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