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  • courtneyelizabeth

    (@courtneyelizabeth)


    Hi,

    I was wondering if there was a way to get the <!–more–> tag to work on a single post….any ideas?

    Thanks for any info..

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  • JcMax200

    (@jcmax200)

    Yea, I just tried to use it today, and it wasn’t working for me either…

    Beel

    (@beel)

    Not supposed to for obvious reasons, for “shortenning” the text on the single post page use: <!–nextpage–>

    courtneyelizabeth

    (@courtneyelizabeth)

    but it wont drop down like show and hide will it?

    courtneyelizabeth

    (@courtneyelizabeth)

    i like the idea of having show/hide on single post because i can post a lot of pictures *like a gallery snippet* and hide them under Read More…and they can open and close it….as they wish…..

    Beel

    (@beel)

    Easy enough to do using javascript…

    wrap the “show more” portion like this:
    <div onclick=”expandcontent(‘sc20’)” style=”cursor:pointer”>Click for more
    <div id=”sc20″ class=”switchcontent”>
    Blah, blah, blah
    </div></div>

    And have the swithcontent in the header. I’ll put up a temporary example just for today (so keep that in mind whomever comes by later):
    http://www.billhayes.us/wordpress/
    http://www.billhayes.us/wordpress/archives/2005/08/05/its-hard-to-say-one-size-fits-all/

    courtneyelizabeth

    (@courtneyelizabeth)

    now if i could just figure out how to get this in a plugin so i dont have to put all that <div> stuff everytime i wanna do it….

    Beel

    (@beel)

    Create a quick tag – and before you ask, there are instructions somewhere already, probably the codex.

    courtneyelizabeth

    (@courtneyelizabeth)

    I know how to make a quicktag, i just didnt want to have to go through that…i LIKE plugins where you can just click “activate” and not have to worry about anything else.

    Thanks though @ Beel

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