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Post introduction, body on new page

  • Hello, I like WP plenty, but I can’t figure out how to configure it so that what shows up in the index is a summary with a “MORE” link that goes to a page that has the full post and comments. I could make the rest of the post as a comment and change the comment button to a “more” button, but this would leave me without a comment button, and it’s a non-optimal solution.
    Here’s what I want,
    Greek
    —Grod @ 10:10 pm
    “Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Maecenas scelerisque. Etiam tristique augue a mauris. Sed eu sapien at urna porttitor vestibulum. Nam massa….” MORE
    Then, when the reader clicks more, they get a page with the full text of the entry and the comments button at the end.
    Can it be done?
    Thanks

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  • However, I’d like to know how to prevent the comment area from appearing at the bottom of each page when I use <!–nextpage–>. I’d like to have the comments reside on their own page with just the summary post at the top. Thanks.

    Uncomment a line in index.php (look in the source of index.php to see which one to uncomment) to get the comments to open in a popup window all by itself.

    Yes, I did that. But when I use the <!–nextpage–> tag in my posts, the next pages all fall back to same page comments.

    Ah damn, I just realized that I need to use char codes here. OK, the first post should read “when I use <!–more–>” and the other one should read when I use the <!–nextpage–>

    arrrrgh! OK, 1st one: less then exlamation mark dash dash more dash dash greater than
    2nd one: substitute nextpage for more

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