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  • In my blog i wanna make it so that the entire post is not showing, but only a summary of that post. Then, when someone clicks the heading or a “more” link the entire post should show.

    Must i use a certain theme? Im hoping its only a setting that im missing.

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  • I have the same problem. Any one know how to do this?

    Some methods discussed here that you both will find interesting (searching the forums should’ve turned this up as well for future reference)



    Thanks for your reply and the link, but I don’t believe that is the information I’m looking for.

    I used to have (in pre-2.3.2 versions) page numbers at the bottom of my index pages. It is no longer there in 2.3.2 on my front page, though it appears at the bottom of search results pages (see “« Previous results § More results »” at the bottom of, for example).

    I’d like my users to be able to visit the front page ( and view previous results to page backward in time on my site…

    @vogelap – no, it isn’t what you’re after. Nor was it in response to a question of yours! I was responding to the two folks who originated the topic.

    What you’re after sounds like it was part of your theme and/or a plugin. Does K2 still do the page numbers? If you weren’t K2, then check for a page numbering plugin — there are several to chose from.

    WP, by itself, has not ever done page numbers to my knowledge.

    Whoops… I must have replied in the incorrect thread, and I apologize for that. My issue (which is still unresolved) is at

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