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I'd like the site to open on the Products page, not the Home page. Is this easily done?

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Could you post a screen shot with a ring round the bit you want to remove or add?
I am probably on the wrong track and don't want to stop anyone else answering! 
Preferences > theme > advanced settings > tick next to "index"
....allows the categories to appear on the front page I think
 

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When you visit www.bountyhuntertoys.com on a desktop PC, you have to click PRODUCTS to access the sections. I’ve had MORE than a few people not click on the word products to access the entire site. 
 

I’d like the site to just open at the Products section page.

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On 9/20/2020 at 7:22 AM, veganline said:

Could you post a screen shot with a ring round the bit you want to remove or add?
I am probably on the wrong track and don't want to stop anyone else answering! 
Preferences > theme > advanced settings > tick next to "index"
....allows the categories to appear on the front page I think
 

tried that. Didn't work... 

 

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I don't know. I haven't got the default blog on my site yet.
The default theme doesn't have a blog on the front page, as your site does, so maybe

  • copy the site to experiment with anything about moving or editing or even deleting the blog
  • search what the theme vendor says or any kind of help service or forum that they've got.
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9 hours ago, veganline said:

I don't know. I haven't got the default blog on my site yet.
The default theme doesn't have a blog on the front page, as your site does, so maybe

  • copy the site to experiment with anything about moving or editing or even deleting the blog
  • search what the theme vendor says or any kind of help service or forum that they've got.

I don't have a blog page. That's on a wordpress front end. 

 

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