Turning off "truncate_post"…
I’m fairly new to WordPress, so help with this issue is much appreciated.
I’m using a theme which has a separate “blog template”. I’m using WordPress as a CMS, so I’m trying to base a whole website on it.
The problem I have is that I can’t use the “More” tag the way I’d like to since the blog template is truncating my post to have 600 characters.
<div class="blog-content-holder"> <div class="blog-post-text"><?php truncate_post(600); ?></div> <a class="blog-cell_read_more" href="<?php the_permalink(); ?>">More</a> </div>
This code is in “_blog.php” – file and I can change the amount of characters here. I’d like to get rid of the blog automatically assigning the “More” tag after the truncation. I usually post photos, so I might not even have 600 characters in my posts.
So what it comes down to is that I’d like to assign the placement of the “More” – tag myself.
Thank you in advance.
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