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  • I have a question about the “more” tag. Is there a way to skip showing the (more…) and just have the permalink act as (more…)? For instance, see:
    http://www.publichealthcenter.com/organizations/organizations.php
    I want visitors to see the name of the organizations, and be able to click on them to see all of the associated information, but I do not want the (more…) to be visible below each title. If I remove the content part of the loop, then they don’t see the details when they click on the permalink. Suggestions?

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  • haha. the more appears in the title here, but doesn’t in the subject link. oh, well… sorry about that!

    actually, it does from wordpress.org/support but not from wordpress.org/support/3

    I thought that calling the excerpt would work; for instance, I put the Web Location of the company as the excerpt, but if I put the_excerpt before the_content without using the more tag, then I get everything on all pages. If I remove the_content and leave the_excerpt, then posts with an excerpt never have their full contents displayed, and posts without excerpts always have their full content displayed.

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