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  • #754
    gnuandyou
    Member

    2 Quick question,

    1. do you have a doc with all your custom codes

    2. is there anyway to hide the “read more” button on post list, so just have it display the post (if its a short post for example)

    My idea was to create a custom field and create a CSS rule that would hide it… any thoughts?

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  • #774
    Jason Bobich
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    1. do you have a doc with all your custom codes

    I’m sorry I don’t really know what you mean by this?

    2. is there anyway to hide the “read more” button on post list, so just have it display the post (if its a short post for example)

    You can sort of do this without needing to make any customizations. — When you’re configuring your post list, you want to set it up to show “full content” and NOT “excerpts”. By doing this, it will make it so you have to insert the “more” tag into your posts.

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Customizing_the_Read_More

    The only drawback here is that the the “Read More” link outputted there will not look like the nicely styled button.

    #784
    gnuandyou
    Member

    sorry I was talking about custom fields (for customizing post list and post grid), and I found them in the theme docs.

    #785
    gnuandyou
    Member

    Yea I figured that, my idea was to create a custom field switch that would hide it on only select posts OR have it display the full post or except only.

    #786
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Yea I figured that, my idea was to create a custom field switch that would hide it on only select posts OR have it display the full post or except only.

    Sure, you could do that. If you’re looking for where to incorporate the results of your your custom field, I’d add it to the function called “themeblvd_blog_content_default” found in /framework/frontend/functions/display.php — Here’s how to edit these functions from your Child theme:

    http://dev.themeblvd.com/tutorial/editing-framework-functions/

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