I want a WordPress page (permalink) http://krcla.org/blog/immigrant
to display its own query_posts and display posts respecting the <!–more–> tag. According to Codex at http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Tags/the_content,
If the quicktag <!–more–> is used in a post to designate the “cut-off” point for the post to be excerpted, the_content() tag will only show the excerpt up to the <!–more–> quicktag point on non-single/non-permalink post pages.
I want to revert this and make the_content use the cut-off point for single and permalink post pages. So far my code looks like this:
<?php rewind_posts(); ?>
<?php query_posts(‘cat=21,-2&showposts=10’); ?>
<?php the_content(‘<p class=”serif”>Read the rest of this page »</p>’); ?>
And the full content showed up. I tried using the_excerpt reloaded but it doesn’t work (see the link I provided at the beginning)
How would this be possible?
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