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Theme blvd Shortcodes “post_content=”content” showing excerpt

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  • #20593

    I am currently using the Barely Corporate theme. The theme blvd short code for post content is only showing the excerpt. I noticed on other forms you have solved this, but I do not have access to that post thread to see your solution.

    Thank-you for any incite you may have.


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  • #20601
    Jason Bobich


    Unfortunately, this is no longer a parameter for the shortcode. It was removed a little while back for safety reasons to avoid users accidentally getting themselves trapped within an infinite loop.

    If you need to display a post list where you display full content, you’d need to use one of the other methods of displaying a post list, like the Layout Builder for example.


    My site is
    I am having this same problem. On the Home page, I used to have this shortcode:
    [post_list numberposts=”1″ link=false category_name=”weekly-thoughts” link_url=”” post_content=”content” ]
    which showed the current post and I had a “more” button to go to the full post.
    Then, I have updated the Akita theme to the current 2.1.6 version and now it only shows an excerpt.
    So I viewed the Theme builder video and went to the Home page template and inserted the newly made shortcode:
    [post_list thumbs=”hide” category_name=”weekly-thoughts” numberposts=”1″ orderby=”date” order=”DESC”]
    and I have set all the Theme Options Content for full posts.
    How do I get my full posts back?
    Thanks. Rick

    Jason Bobich

    @ricksouth Please see previous response. There is no longer a parameter for this in the shortcode. You’d need to setup your homepage with a custom layout, if you wish to use this option in a post list, as it’s no longer accessible through using the shortcode, for safety reasons.

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