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  • Hello,

    With wordpress I’ve found some themes that showed multiple posts on one page but they were next to each other like this:

    post……………………………. post
    post……………………………. post

    Does somebody now how that code looks like or where I can read about it? Beause it was pretty much embedded in those themes.

    They also have an option when writing a post called: More, when I add more after some text it will automtically show on the page where you can read the post: Continue reading this entry and I just want it to say: ‘Read on” or “More”. Where can I change this?

    Thank you very much!

    Cyril

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  • I’ve looked at the_content and added the rule but it didnt change anything.

    http://themes.wordpress.net
    Look for Hemingway – and study how it is done.

    Studied it but it doesnt explain how I can change the link to more or read on… They also use a different way with embedded functions to get those posts next to eachother, a way I dont understand, I just cant simply copy and paste it.

    Hmm, maybe I will just use Hemingway since it kinda looks like what I want too. But I wonder if there is any php code so it will automtically will say: Read on for example after 300 characters?

    Never mind, the excerpt works fine for me 55 words is okay. Still got one question though, What kind of browser do you use? Because when I take a look at http://www.noordkopwaterpolo.nl/backup/ I see them all the posts under each other but when I was at school today it worked just fine? Does anybody know how I can fix this? I am using I.E. 7.0

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