I did not create this site, just being asked to maintain it. The client emailed to say "Hey, the "read more" text isn't showing up anymore and all it has is
[...] ". http://www.outreachnc.com/
I'm not at all familiar with Kubrick (or this site), and I'm assuming that is what this theme is built from as I noticed reference to it in the code.
Ok - the posts are showing on the 'front' page, as set in "Settings --> Reading Settings".
I went in and looked and they were (are?) using a plugin called "Content and Excerpt Word Limit". I looked at its settings which say:
Instead of the_excerpt() or the_content(), use
<? php excerpt('word-limit'); ?>or
<? php content('word-limit'); ?>within your loop to limit the words for each.
<? php excerpt('25'); ?>.
I then went and looked at the index.php and home.php and couldn't find reference to this. Tried to make the substitution, still nothing.
Next, I deactivated the plugin, and a few others, tried to reactive them one by one. Nothing.
I then opened the posts to see if they were actually using any kind of short code
[...] , or the
<!--more--> and there were no references to anything to truncate the post within the post itself.
Then I even switched to the 'default' (blue header) theme and the 2010 theme and still no 'read more' text (in both those themes I get ' ... ' at the end of the cut off post). Still nothing.
In all this I noticed that the 'functions.php' file was named 'functionsX.php'. Hmmm, might not be related but thought it was odd.
Next, I started looking at the home.php and index.php - and digging in the codex and the forum, and tried a few tips I found on forum posts that didn't work.
Anyone have any clues?