13 Responses

  1. Brian Krogsgard
    Brian Krogsgard Published |

    There are also some hooks available for adding fields to the category archives. Very handy for using more static content on category archives.

    I think it requires these hooks:

    1. Rudd
      Rudd Published |

      Thanks for sharing this Krogsgard. This is really something new to me 😉

  2. Faiz
    Faiz Published |

    this is actually a very handy feature for those who are willing to build a small website using Wordpress.

  3. Samer
    Samer Published |

    I am new to wordpress, though I was not aware of it before, thanks for sharing it

  4. Alex
    Alex Published |

    The template hierarchy demonstrates this nicely –

  5. Jenni
    Jenni Published |

    Thank you so much for writing this. I had a feeling it would be really simple but I have been trying to work out how to do this for weeks!

    You are officially my saviour!

  6. Dennis
    Dennis Published |

    Very easy, very fast, no coding needed, I love it!
    Thx, two thumbs up.
    Gr. Dennis

  7. Jean-Pierre La Forest
    Jean-Pierre La Forest Published |

    Thanks Justin, glad to see there’s a quick & easy built-in method for adding categories to the menu! The other tutorials I stumbled upon involved coding and most likely hours of tweaking, your method took about 5 mins for a first-timer including the 2 mins to read this page 🙂

  8. Rowan
    Rowan Published |

    I need to create a page which displays a selected category

    Next help:add the above created page to menu and a sub-menu for the above page displaying in menu.

    Example:Your top menu writing with sub-menu.

    Please help.

  9. Pierre
    Pierre Published |

    OK i can create a “category item” in my menu, to display only posts with this category, OK…

    But, HOW can I define this “page” as the default homepage of my website ???

    Thank U


  10. Jonno Norton
    Jonno Norton Published |

    Great article. I was about to make a page template and kept thinking to myself “I know I’ve done this a simpler way before!” You just saved me a lot of time. Very good summary of the subject.

  11. Ellen Finkelstein
    Ellen Finkelstein Published |

    I’d like to create a page that lists ALL posts, organized by category. For example, it would say:


    blog post 1 in the content category

    blog post 1 in the content category


    blog post 1 in the design category

    blog post 1 in the design category

    Can that be done?


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