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I have recently shifted my all purpose blog from Wordpress.com to Posterous. It was mainly because, while I'm no Javascript ninja and I don't intend to put in a lot of time into configuring and designing my blog, I do have certain ideas as to how the layout should be, including colors, placement etc. Posterous gives me the incredible flexibility of changing an existing theme using my modest knowledge of CSS and HTML.

Which brings me to my question. Can someone suggest a Posterous theme hack using which I can make my home page contain JUST the titles(without the content) of some x number of my latest posts, and then making them link the reader to the article page? I've seen it in a couple of good looking Posterous sites, including Dustin Curtis's blog.

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closed as off-topic by Al E., Vidar S. Ramdal, codingbadger Oct 1 '15 at 11:03

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