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  • moshu

    (@moshu)

    you mean title? (when you say sitename… )

    Jenniferr

    (@jenniferr)

    yeah, the subject.. if u go to the link it explains it 🙂

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

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    Try this… you have a div for the ‘more’ bit
    <div class="contentReview">
    In the css, put
    .contentReview {
    display:none;
    }
    That should get rid of it ?

    Jenniferr

    (@jenniferr)

    It solves the problem and does this
    sitename
    sitename
    sitename
    But when you click it the content of the “blog/review” doesn’t show up

    Beel

    (@beel)

    I’m coming in a little late and a bit confused by what I am looking at code-wise in your index page, but if you don’t want the more tag why do you have it in your posts?

    Jenniferr

    (@jenniferr)

    I pasted this from another forum I post at.. I hope it makes sense here..
    I’m not sure.. the (more..) link just comes on..
    In my “entry” content. You have to put <!– more –> in so the content after that doesn’t appear on the “main page” that’s what I want, so the content doesn’t appear on the complete page, so you have to click on the link to see the review (http://silent-emotion.org/amirity/wordpress/index.php?cat=3 <- here for example)
    Pretty confusing..
    Anyway. The contentReview class inside it is the <? content() ?> code or however it is. So if I put like display: none; or whatever it won’t display the content when I click the link either..

    Jenniferr

    (@jenniferr)

    It’s gone.. really.. wacky?
    I did this
    Replaced <? the_content() ?> with <? if ($single) the_content; ?>
    it just took away the content when you clicked the link..

    Beel

    (@beel)

    You took out the meta stats tag for WP in the header (the one that says “leave this for stats”), what version are you running?

    Jenniferr

    (@jenniferr)

    1.2 i think.. yeah probably, because thats the only one i;ve downloaded

    Beel

    (@beel)

    Hmm, I would have thought $single would work in 1.2 (I wish I still had it up as a test blog so I could check it out). Anybody see what is wrong with using $single with 1.2 in this case??
    In the meantime maybe you could set up your index page as I have suggested and save it as index2.php so I could check it out.

    Jenniferr

    (@jenniferr)

    You mean the code?
    If so,
    http://cytheria.org/blog/index.phps (hosted on my domain)

    Jenniferr

    (@jenniferr)

    Anyone know?

    Jenniferr

    (@jenniferr)

    Sorry to bring back up but I would really like some help 🙂

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