When I write my posts I often used a split post with more tag in the post. Now, I want to have a backward link from the full text to the page with the short one my blog. I have tried to find the solution without succeeds. Can some friendly soul give me a tip how I can do this?
The portion before the “more” tag is displayed on so-called multipost views = index, archives, catgeory archives, search.
In any well-designed theme there are links to those.
So, I am not sure what are you asking for…
Sorry, my English language is not the best.
If you visit my link below you perhaps can understand may problem
When my users click on the “Läs mera” (Read more), they can see the full text. When they have the full text I want them to have a link back to the start page (with the short story)
Just now they can see the link “Next post” and it’s not what I want them to see
It’s problem with the server on my webhotel. I hope they will fix it as soon as possible.
Now, they had fixed the problem with the database error, so the link to my page is now in work.
In many themes the category is also displayed on the single post view.
For example, you can put into the single.php template file something like this under te title:
posted in <?php the category(); ?>+ whatever class you need to style it.
There’s a plugin called “content show/hide” that you can get here: http://wiki.benched42.net/index.php?title=Content_Show/Hide
It’s been around a long time but I’m using it in WP 2.2 and it still works OK.
It allows you to redefine the “more” tag so it opens the rest of the post on your main page when the reader clicks on the “more” link. Your readers won’t need a link back to the main page because they’re still there.
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