I'm new to Drupal and could use some general advice. I don't know what keywords relate to what I'm looking to do, so I can't do a relevant search to answer my question. But what I want to accomplish is simple to describe.
I'm building a site that will feature a blog, a podcast, and a vidcast on its front page. I understand blocks well enough at this point that I can bring these three types of content onto my front page. All well and good.
But what I also want are second level pages for my blog, podcast, and vidcast, at these URLs:
So if you visit example.com/podcast you'll have a more detailed directory of my podcasts than what you would get on my front page. Where the front page would simply link to my podcasts by title, the example.com/podcast page would also include show summaries. And the archive of shows on the example.com/podcast page would go back much further.
Similarly, some of my blog entries might have photos. These photos will never show up next to the blog entry on my front page, but they would show up next to the entry on the example.com/blog page.
Can somebody tell me the basics of configuring these blog, podcast, and vidcast second level pages, so that new content automatically ends up not just on the front page but also on the appropriate second level page?