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  • Hi!
    Where do I change the look of the (more…)-tag? I want to change the language on that tag.. 🙂

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  • Yes, that’s it! 🙂
    I also found something in class-smarty.php but that was not what I was looking for..:)
    Thanks again! This forum just rox! 😀

    You’re welcome 🙂

    I also wrote a hack a while back (ohh, it rhymes) that allows you have word and image counts appended to the end of your more text. You can find directions (and examples) of it here:

    How do I change the (more…) to be the title of the blog entry it’s pointing to? I tried fiddling with the
    <?php the_content() ?>
    but couldn’t get it to work – has anyone else got this to work?

    what about trying <?php the_content(<?php permalink_single() ?>) ?>
    Give it a shot 🙂

    Try this out. ^_^
    <?php the_content( "<?php the_title() ?>" ) ?>

    I don’t know, maybe it is just me and my wacky way of thinking, but it reminds me of that darn chicken and egg thing. Wouldn’t you need the contents before you could get the title? I just don’t see how the above two efforts would work. But, hey, give it a shot.

    Neither of the suggestions worked, unfortunately. I got nothing at all where the (more…) had been before.
    Beel, the title is already known at that stage; if you look in index.php you can see that the the_title() function is used a couple of times before the the_content() function is called.
    I’ll try a few more things out and post if I come up with something.

    Hmmm… I’m not sure you want all the conversions the_title does. Also, the examples given probably don’t work, don’t even run… Just a guess.
    <?php the_content(); ?>
    <?php the_content(get_the_title()); ?>
    … and let me know if that does what you are looking for. Alternatively use: the_title(”, ”, false) as the parameter.

    Dang, you’re good.

    That was just what I was looking for. Thanks!

    No problem!

    I’m sorry, I have the latest wp release, but I didn’t found any “more_link_text='(more…)” in the template-functions file. Any help?


    this is more of a stupid question, but please bear with me as i am fairly new to WP.
    How can i get to show the “more” link? I would need this once i have made my WP a news site or some sort.
    Thank you in advance.



    DANG it! The forums keep eating my posting….
    Add < ! – – More – – > (w/o all the spaces) to the post.

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