How Do I Select Front Page in WordPress?

The front page in WordPress is where your blog’s main content is displayed. You can customize the appearance and content of the front page by setting up some custom post types and taxonomies, and by adding custom fields to your posts and pages.

To customize the front page, you first need to decide what content you want to showcase. You can organize your content by categories, create a custom post type for a specific topic, or use a taxonomy.

You can also add custom fields to posts and pages to further organize and customize your content.

To set up your front page, follow these steps:

1. Click the “Posts” menu item on the left side of the blog’s main page.

2. Click the “Pages” menu item on the left side of the blog’s main page.

3. In the Posts section, click the “Pages” button.

4. In the Pages section, click the “Front Page” button.

5. In the Front Page Settings section, you can customize the following settings:

• Title: The title of your front page.

• Logo: The logo for your blog.

• Theme: Choose a theme for your front page.

• Navigation: Choose how your blog’s main navigation is displayed.

• Header: Select a header image for your front page.

• Background: Select a background image for your front page.

• Featured Image: Select a featured image for your front page.

• Breadcrumbs: Choose whether breadcrumbs are displayed on your front page.

• Featured Posts: Display posts that are currently featured on your front page.

• Posts Order: Choose the order in which posts are displayed on your front page.

• Taxonomies: Display posts in specific taxonomies.

• Tags: Display posts with specific tags.

• Categories: Display posts in specific categories.

• Custom Fields: Display custom fields for posts and pages.

• Slug: Display the slug for posts and pages.

• Edit Post: Edit the post content for your front page.

• Delete Post: Delete the post content for your front page.

• Publish Post: Publish the post content for your front page.

• Pages: Display the posts and pages for your blog.

• Settings: Configure other settings for your blog.

• About: Display information about your blog.

• Contact: Display contact information for your blog.

• Terms of Service: Display the terms of service for your blog.

• Privacy Policy: Display the privacy policy for your blog.

• Disclaimer: Display the disclaimer for your blog.

• Copyright Notice: Display the copyright notice for your blog.

• Subscribe: Subscribe to your blog’s RSS feed.

• Social Media: Display links to your blog’s social media pages.

• Tools: Display tools for your blog.

• Blogger: Display information about your blog as a blogger.

• Advanced: Show more advanced settings for your blog.

• Remove: Remove selected posts and pages from your front page.

• Export: Export your front page settings to a .xml file.

• Import: Import your front page settings from a .

• Default: Use the default settings for your front page.

The front page is a critical part of your blog, so be sure to customize it to match your unique blog style.