Wix Blog: Understanding Your Blog Pages
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When you add Wix Blog to your site, you automatically get 2 new pages on your site. The Blog page is where your readers can view all of your blog posts, and the Post page, which displays the individual blog posts.
You can also add categories so that your readers can view posts by topic, and add a Members page for your site members to see who else is part of your blog community.
The Blog page
The Blog page contains your main blog feed, which is all of your blog posts. By default, this page is called "Blog" but you can rename it. Learn how to rename a page
If you have created categories in your blog, then your readers can filter your posts by category.
All Posts feed
When a reader clicks All Posts, they can view every post in your blog.
If you have created categories, they are displayed at the top of your blog pages. When a reader clicks a category in your category menu, they can view all the posts that are part of that category.
You can completely customize the Blog page, both the All Posts feed and the Category feed to look exactly how you want. Change the layout, choose what information is displayed, and design them using a huge range of customization options.
The Category feed design is also used for the tags, hashtags and archive results pages.
The Post page
When a reader clicks a post on your Blog page, they are taken to the Post page. This is a dynamic page that displays your individual blog posts. This means that the content changes depending on the blog post your reader is viewing.
You can change the design of the Post page to look just how you want. You only need to customize the Post page once, and your design is displayed for every blog post. To access the customization options, click Settings on the Post page element. Learn more about customizing your Post page
The Members page
When you add a Members Area to your site, you get a Members page. This page lets your site members see who else is part of your blog community, follow each other, comment on other members' posts, and see other members' activities (such as likes).
Adding a Members Area also gives your site visitors access to other benefits if you have Wix Stores, Wix Bookings, or other Wix apps installed. Learn more
If you want to have a Members Area on your site, but without this page, you can hide it.
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