Understanding all of the WordPress Template Placeholders in your blog template pages can seem like a lot. If you're experiencing a blog post duplicating issue, this doc will help you fix it. Below are two different layout examples for your blog posts and the necessary settings that should be applied to ensure that your blog posts are not duplicating.

Blog Layout Style 1

In this example, our blog layout style is a single canvas on the "Blog" page which contains our post layout style.

The canvas type In Post Loop will be used for canvases containing any Wordpress blog post content.

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Static Content

The Static Content setting will be the default for any new canvas placed on a blog template page. This setting is typically used for headers, footers, sidebar, pagination links (next/previous), comments & contact form canvases. It should be used for any canvasses in the blog that don't hold specific WordPress placeholders for blog content.

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Blog Layout Style 2

This blog layout style uses two different canvas, each containing an alternating style blog post layout.

Your first post layout canvas should be set to In Post Loop, as seen in the example below.

Your next post layout canvas should be set to Next Post Start.

Lastly, in this style with separate post layout canvasses, you'll need to close the post loop. Create an "end post loop" canvas and set it to a 1px canvas height. Set the newly created canvas to In Post Loop to end the loop.

Last but not least in your blog, pagination should be set to Static Content.

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