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  • How can i change the text that will appear instead of this, my current text is:

    “Read The Rest Of This Entry”

    Let’s say i want it to be:

    “Your mom is ugly”

    How can i change that?

    Thanks
    Heat

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  • Edit your themes index.php and look for the call to “the_content()”, the MORE text is an option to this function call.

    You can change the default to whatever you want there.

    And my mom is not ugly! 😛

    Regards

    after you login to your admin area, go to presentation–>>theme editor–>>and click MAIN Template–>>you’ll then see a code like this:

    <div class="entry">
    <?php the_content('Read the rest of this entry »'); ?>
    </div>

    Replace “read the rest of this entry” to whatever you like
    That’s it…Good luck

    Try this 🙂
    the_content(‘Continue reading “‘ . get_the_title() . ‘”…’);

    Thanks for the fast replies guys 😀

    Heat

    Does anyone know if there is an easy way to change the_content from lets say the Write Post window? On a previous blogger (bblog) I could change the text to what ever I wanted. They used a command like <!– readmore: TYPE WHAT YOU WANT HERE –>.

    Yeah, I’m looking for something that faustiano said. Is there anyway to have a different “read more…” for each entry?

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