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  • what is a “jump” in your article?

    To make a long story short, we were going to use the Excerpt section of the article as a teaser, and then fill in Content if necessary. Sadly, Excerpt doesn’t play nice with embedded images, so we are doing it all in the Content textarea only.

    A “Jump” in our case is any portion of any article beyond any <!– more –> tag.

    Sorry for the delay in responding, day job + theming = pain. Thanks for your quick response though! 🙂

    Nevermind, I’m an idiot.

    Every time I was trying to add the link via the_excerpt or the_content, I managed to not close a <div> tag… the problem’s fixed and is totally my fault. Thanks again, samboll!

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