By default, WordPress displays your posts in the same order that you published them (in reverse chronological order). And as your site grows, you'll have to limit the number of displayed posts, otherwise you'll end up with an endless homepage ... Which means that your older posts won't appear on your homepage anymore ...

Yes, of course, you can use pagination buttons or the traditional "Older posts" link, but let's face it, usually, your visitors are not ready to browse dozens of pages in order to find older content pieces.

In other words, you'll have to find a way to efficiently revive your older posts, and I've already published a tutorial on this topic. If you haven't seen it yet, here it is again:

How to efficiently revive your older posts in Wordpress

It's a simple, yet powerful solution that will allow you to easily display your older posts on your homepage. A solution, which raises another logical question ...

Wouldn't be nice if you could find a way to feature and to showcase your pages too?

Well, there is a solution, and I've decided to create this short tutorial where I will show you how easy is to feature a page in Wordpress.

Interested?

Let's do this!



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beachwood Premium
Awesome Zed! Always appreciate your plugin shares/training!
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for the time and the feedback Chris!
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MAXINEG Premium
Cool! Thanks for this tutorial Zed.
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Thanks for the time Maxine!
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dowj01 Premium
Really useful and great looking result.
Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for the time Justin!
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TitaWorks Premium
Good one, Zed! More study, study, study...do, do, do.

Thank you.
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Thanks for the time Netta!
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BorisRoman Premium
Thanks a lot for another super valuable training, Zsolt!

All the best!

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Thank YOU!
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