If you blog about a number of subjects, and want to give readers the option to see all posts in a particular category, you have a couple of options:
- Create a Category Blog Page
- Link to a category in your menu
A Category Blog page is just like a regular blog page, except that it displays just posts in the one category. You can get the instructions for creating this here (link):
A great feature of Genesis is the built-in ability to create single category blog pages. These pages will show posts from a specific category when using the blog page template. You can create as many post category pages as you’d like by following these instructions
Or, an easy way to accomplish essentially the same thing is to just link to your category in your menu. I wrote a post on creating a WordPress menu here (link). Once you have created the menu, you just need to add your desired category to the menu, and save it.
Go to Dashboard > Appearance > Menus > select which menu you would like to add your category to.
- Click on the arrow to open the categories option
- Select the category you’d like to assign to your menu
- Click “Add to Menu”
- Drag and drop the category item where you’d like it to appear in your menu. If you wish to display it as a sub-category, “indent” it under your top level menu item.
- Click “Save Menu”.
Your category will now display on your menu, and when your visitors click on it, they will automatically see all posts in that category’s archives: