Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. Since the header of the homepage is different to the rest I’m going to have to create a new header and assign it to that page. I’ll come back to you if I have any problems. Just to confirm: the archive layout for the Blog page is different to the archive layout I want for the homepage. That’s possible, right?
One other issue I’m having is that the post pagination element isn’t working correctly. I have around 500 posts and am outputting 20 posts/page, as per the WP “reading” settings.
On the outputted page, if I hover over one of the pagination links the right URI appears. However if i click on a post pagination link to bring up (for example) page 10 of the archive, the page shows the same post data from page 1 of the archive
I initially thought it was an issue with the post pagination element not receiving data. Since you can’t directly make the post pagination element a Looper Consumer, I created a div element, made the div element a Looper Consumer, and put the post pagination element into it. However that didn’t work. Anyway, the element must be getting the WP query data, otherwise it wouldn’t paginate and show the links, right?
What am I doing wrong?