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Adam_Moon_Roq

Is it possible to have all blog posts on one infinite page?

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Site URL: https://www.moonroq.club/music

Hi there,

I have some CSS running on this page which nicely adds more columns to the grid style view - but I am limited to 20 posts per page. I'd really like to have all of my past blog posts continue loading at the bottom of the page as the user scrolls, instead of having to click and navigate to another page to view more.

Ideally, the posts would load approx 20 at a time.

is this possible with Custom CSS?

best,
Adam

 

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No. You can't do this with CSS.


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Yes, there is a solution. Use a blog summary page, put the actual blog into your unlinked section and substitute the summary page for your blog. You can have up to 30 posts per summary block and chain multiple blocks on one page.  You filter the blocks by category, like the first block of 30 would be 20-1 and the second block of 30 all posts would be category 20-2 and so on so the the blocks don't duplicate each other. It will work  and turn out similar to mine which has over 80 posts on one page:

https://myrandomviews.com/storysummary

Another advantage of summary blocks is you can filter out posts from your blog and give them their own page like this: 

https://myrandomviews.com/photography-lessons

Layouts are flexible, wall, carousel, lots of ways to do it per block, mix and match if you wish. 

My actual blog page is here:

https://myrandomviews.com/stories but it can't be found on the site nav bar , due to being in the unlinked section of my site, with the  exception is that you can get to it using search or the archive on the summary page header. 

 

 

Edited by derricksrandomviews

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