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Text Formatting in category pages

  • Hello everybody.
    I’ve recently changed my wp theme. New theme automatically splits posts like “more” tag and does not show text formatting (like links) in cat or archive pages (before “read more”). I want to set “more” tag manually where I want and pages to show formatting. Is there any solution?
    Thanks in advance.

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  • the “more” link can be changed in your fuctions.php file. Tough to say where it is as it varies from theme to theme.

    I don’t understand the second 1/2 of your question.

    Hi, jwind.
    The second part of question – for example there is a post in “Cat” caregory with a link in first sentence. When you open “Cat” via menu the link which should show in first sentence is absent but when you open the post itself it is showed. I think the theme itself “decides” what to show and how many words to show in “Cat” category or in first page, so I need to find the right code to change.
    Thanks for reply.

    link?

    Ok, I’ve found the answer. And for both questions it is one – http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/the_excerpt

    I’ve changed <?php the_excerpt() ?> in archive.php to <?php the_content() ?> and now it works.

    Thanks, jwind.

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