posted on Jun, 9 2012 @ 07:50 PM
If that is the case what you may want is to remove some of the WP code that includes the header and sidebar. Everything you say can be done in WP.
However, it means getting into the PHP code.
For example you would take out the
out of the index.php file to remove the header. You can then set up a static page WP
to show the minimalist look you want. The same thing could be done with the sidebar and post title's.
There is no widget or plugin that will do that for you. Only by hard coding WP can you do something like that. If you have a separate HTML only
webpage, and a separate WP blog the only thing you can do in that case is to copy and paste. Since a HTML only webpage doesn't have any bells and
whistles like a WP blog does they cannot communicate with each other. Even if the blog tried to notify the website of a new post the website wouldn't
know what to do with it.
If you have two separate sites, why not write your blog posts in Windows Live Writer? That way you could post to your blog, and copy and paste the
formatted HTML into website directly from Live Writer. I do something like that for a foreign country blog I sometimes write for. I post the original
article in my blog, copy the source, and paste it in this pain in the neck website blog. Adds two minutes tops to the entire endeavor.
Hope this helps you out.