Use this static page to test the theme’s handling of the blog post index page. If the site is set to display a static page on the front page, and this page is set to display the blog post index, then this text should not appear.

Assuming you have a blog named “My Blog”, the URL for your blog’s index page would be To test the theme’s handling of the blog posts index page, simply create a few static pages and publish them to your blog. If you want to test the theme’s handling of the blog posts index page with more than one static page, you can use the following code to create a multi-page static home page:/*Template Name: Static Home Page*/?>

If you’re using a static page as your home page, you can still use blog posts to populate the page. This is a great way to keep your content fresh and relevant, while still giving visitors the ability to easily find your older content. To set this up, you’ll first need to create a new page and select the “Blog Posts Index” template from the dropdown menu. This will give you a basic layout that you can then customize to your liking. Once you’ve got the basic layout set up, you can start adding to your blog posts. To do this, simply head over to the “Posts” section of your WordPress dashboard and select the “Add New” button. From here, you can write your post as normal. Be sure to include a featured image with each post, as this will be used on the index page itself. You can also add any other information that you want to include, such as categories or tags. When you’re finished writing your post, simply hit the “Publish” button, and it will automatically be added to your index page. Repeat this process for each new post that you want to add.

If you have a static page that you want to use as your blog post index page, there are a few things you need to do to make sure it displays correctly. First, you need to add the following code to the top of your static page:/*Template Name: Blog Posts Index*/?>This tells WordPress that this is a special template for displaying a blog post index page. Next, you need to edit the settings for your blog in the WordPress admin area. Go to Settings > Reading and under “Front page displays” select “A static page.” Then, under “Posts Page,” select the name of your static page from the drop-down menu. Save your changes. Now, when you visit your site, your static page will be used as the index page for your blog posts.