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remove read more button on post on home page

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  • #4012
    letour
    Member

    Hello,

    Is it possible to to selectively remove the “more” button that shows on posts featured on the home page? And How?
    I search the forum and saw two posts but could not access the answer. It said I needed to be registered (which I am) to see the staff response.

    Thanks

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  • #4018
    Jason Bobich
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    Is it possible to to selectively remove the “more” button that shows on posts featured on the home page? And How?

    Can you please be more specific as to how you have set up your homepage and how you’re showing posts there? Can you provide a live link to what you’ve setup?

    I search the forum and saw two posts but could not access the answer. It said I needed to be registered (which I am) to see the staff response.

    You can only view responses in the forums that correspond to the products you’ve purchased.

    #4048
    letour
    Member

    Here is the link:
    http://tangopraxis.ca/

    I have a “front page” category that I use when I want a post to show on the home page, the 3 most recent are displayed. Sometimes, like right now, all the text fit on the excerpt, and there no “more”, yet the button shows. Would be great if I could disable the button on a case by case basis.

    #4057
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Yeah, as it sounds like you’ve figured out, there’s no way to do this. This would be a customization you’d need to make.

    You can edit how posts are displayed in a post grid by copying content-grid.php to your Child theme and editing it. One possible solution could be to change the_excerpt() to the_content() which will allow you to use <!--more--> more tag in your posts to determine if there’s a link that goes to the post or not.

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