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accessible <–! more –> tag

  • I am new to wp and am just working my way through the kubrick theme and trying to educate myself with the tags and how to use them. I am also aware that accessability rules state that you can not have more than one link on a page with the same text. This posses a problem for the <–! more –> tag and a few other dynamicly inserted links. I have read this post http://wordpress.org/support/3/4073 on how to edit the more tag with the title of the document so instead of it reading read more it reads the title of the page.

    What I would like is to be able to put a bit of text which would be included with the title such as “read more of how to eat cake” which i feel is a more obvious link to have then just “eating cake”.

    I hope that is understandable.
    Any help appreciated.

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