WordPress Reading Setting

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WordPress Reading Settings control how your website content is displayed on the front-end or user-facing side of your website. To access these settings, you can navigate to Settings → Reading from your WordPress Dashboard.

Here are the key Reading Settings that you can configure:

  1. Your homepage displays: You can choose to show your latest blog posts or a static page as your homepage. If you select a static page, you can choose the page that will be displayed as your homepage.
  2. Blog pages show at most: This setting lets you determine how many blog posts should be displayed on each page of your blog.
  3. Syndication feeds show the most recent: This setting allows you to decide how many posts should be displayed in your site’s RSS feed.
  4. For each article in a feed, show: You can choose to display either the full article or a summary in your site’s RSS feed.
  5. Search engine visibility: This setting allows you to discourage search engines from indexing your site. It’s a useful feature if you’re working on your website and don’t want it to be found by search engines yet.
  6. Reading mode: This setting allows visitors to your website to view your content in a simplified layout that’s easier to read.

Once you’ve made any changes to these settings, be sure to click the “Save Changes” button at the bottom of the page to save your changes.

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