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Can I re-assign “Read More” links to a new destination?

  • FootballSickness
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    @footballsickness

    I haven’t quite seen the answer (I don’t think) to this, or really the question as I’m asking it. I have a front page in Magazine Premium theme at http://www.FootballSickness.com. I have a network of blogs run on separate “sites” established as subdomains to the main page (example: http://www.footballsickness.com/burns/). I want to feature posts from each of these sites on the front page. At present, I use the “posts” on the front page as previews, which adds an unnecessary step/page to the process. In other words, click on the “Read More” from a front page article and it takes you to a “post” that then directs you to the individual blogger’s “site” (subdomain). is there a way to re-assign the “Read More” link on the front page so that it clicks directly through to the individual blogger’s site? I can’t imagine there isn’t, but I’m not finding it. Thanks in advance for any help.

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