Is there an option to disable/delete the following code in the index.php of a wordpress-theme?
- The trinary operator (including both conditions)
- The respective
<?php if (have_posts()) : while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?> ...not a global bloc... <-- CONTENT <?php endwhile; ?> <?php endif; ?>
As like commenting them out.
I just want to use the start page (Home aka index.php) of the theme for a static template with some WordPress loops I’ve defined.
Set start/homepage to a topic just loads the page.php and doesn’t select anything or select recent posts, just loops thanks to these line through the multiple recent posts, means the content-part of my Home Template gets repeated.
I understand how I could make use of the lines I don’t want to use, but that wouldn’t fit my idea.
And commenting these lines manual out after each export would be a hassle.