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Really Weird Static Front / Home Page Issue

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Old Nov 21, 2010, 12:08 PM
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Really Weird Static Front / Home Page Issue

I've installed well over 100 installs of Atahualpa, and this one has me stumped. If you could spare a moment of time and take a peek, I would be very very grateful.

The site is culverkarate.com

Normally, it has this page: http://culverkarate.com/culver-karate-club/ as it's static landing page.
When I attempt to set it up like I usually do, using the Settings - Reading - Static section on word press, it still shows the latest posts, and actually prevents me from seeing the http://culverkarate.com/culver-karate-club/ page.

All ideas on how to fix it so that this page http://culverkarate.com/culver-karate-club/ shows up as the default landing page or why it currently isn't are greatly apreciated.

I am using Wordpress Version 3.1-alpha. (That's what the latest upgrade gave to us here.) And Atanualpa version 3.4.9



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