Making your WordPress site not a blog can be done in a few simple steps.
First, you need to choose a different name for your site. A name like “My Company” or “My Site” is a good start.
Next, you’ll need to activate the non-blog mode in your WordPress settings. This can be found under the “Settings” menu on the main dashboard.
Once you’ve activated the non-blog mode, all of your posts and pages will appear as normal content, rather than as blog entries.
To make sure that everything looks and works correctly, you’ll also need to make some minor changes to your theme and plugin configurations. The easiest way to do this is by using a Themeforest theme or plugin as a starting point, and modifying it to suit your specific needs.
Finally, it’s important to keep in mind that not all users will be able to see the difference between your WordPress site and a blog. Only those who have activated the non-blog mode will be able to see the regular content.
If you want everyone on your site to be able to see the non-blog mode, you’ll need to include a tutorial on how to activate it in your About page.