WordPress – Reading Settings
Front page displays – WordPress by default shows your blog posts on the front page of your website. That’s nice if you’re running a blog. If you wish to make an actual website, you’ll need to vary the front page of your website to a page, (Home for example). So as to vary from a blog page to a static page, simply click “A static page” and from the dropdown opt for a page for the front page. You’ll also opt for a page that shows your post. Many people produce a page named “blog” and set that as the posts page.
Blog pages show at the most – This setting determines what percentage posts are shown on blog pages at a time for example, you will need to solely show 6 blog posts at a time, this is where you’d set that price.
Syndication feeds show the most recent – Syndication here stands for RSS, (really easy syndication). RSS feeds offer the simplest way for alternative sites to be ready to pull in your posts. You’ll control what percentage posts are in your RSS feed.
For each article in a feed show – Here is where you’ll opt for whether or not to point out your whole article or simply some of the articles in your RSS feed.
Search Engine Visibility- this can be a very vital checkbox. By checking this box, you’re telling Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other search engines do not place your website in their index. This could be helpful while you’re building your website, however, once you’re done, you must uncheck this box so it will be indexed by search engines.