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[Suggestion/small bug] Extending <!–more–> to all pages and posts

  • [Suggestion]
    <!–more–> it’s very useful, unfortunately it works into homepage only. Do you can extend this feature to other pages and posts (except the same post, of course)? Some individuals complain about that problem.

    [Small bug]
    Look here what happens with the current versions. If the page is not home and into the post edit page write…

    <p>text before “more” tag </p>
    <!–more–>
    <p>text after “more” tag </p>

    …into the published post becomes:

    <p>text before “more” tag </p>
    <span id=”more-566″></span>
    <p>text after “more” tag </p>

    Is it a correct behavior?

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