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How to setup multiple blogs with the one Blog page template

First you need to structure your Blog categories as trees so that it would be easy to choose one or the other. For example create a parent blog category called Blog1 and then have another blog category for your second blog called for example Blog2, etc… Then you’ll have to edit the page-Blog.php file near the top and replace this:
$exclude_portfolio_from_blog = $qualifire_options['exclude_portfolio_from_blog'];
$paged = (get_query_var('paged')) ? get_query_var('paged') : 1; //adhere to paging rules
if ( $exclude_portfolio_from_blog == 'yes' ) {
    // get the portfolio categories to be excluded from the Blog section
    $portfolio_categories = $qualifire_options['portfolio_categories'];
    $portfolio_cats_array = explode(',', $portfolio_categories);
    function add_minus_prefix( $var ) {
    return( '-' . $var);
    }
    $portfolio_cats_array_with_minus = array_map( "add_minus_prefix", $portfolio_cats_array );
    $portfolio_cats_with_minus = implode(',', $portfolio_cats_array_with_minus);
    $query_string = "cat=$portfolio_cats_with_minus&paged=$paged";
} else {
    $query_string = "paged=$paged";
}
WITH THIS:
global $post; $page_id = $post->ID;  // get the page id outside the loop
$paged = (get_query_var('paged')) ? get_query_var('paged') : 1; //adhere to paging rules

if ( $page_id == 1 ) { 
    $query_string = "cat=1&paged=$paged";
} elseif ( $page_id == 2 ) { 
    $query_string = "cat=2&paged=$paged";
} elseif ( $page_id == 3 ) { 
    $query_string = "cat=3&paged=$paged";
} elseif ( $page_id == 4 ) { 
    $query_string = "cat=4&paged=$paged";
} else {
    $query_string = "paged=$paged";
}
The page and category id’s 1, 2, 3, 4,... etc, are just an example, but you’ll have to match those yourself, you’ll have to find out what the category id is for a specific blog category and then assign it for the page id that you want that blog shown for.
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