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  • #2200

    neilrichards
    Participant

    Hi,

    The blogs page I have listing the most recent blogs either seems to display the whole blog, or a fixed length summary which I would like to be longer. It seemed to default to the brief summary, and I managed to change it to show the complete blog text (can’t remember how now), but now I notice in Settings–>Reading that although the ‘For Each Article in a Feed, Show’ is set to ‘Summary’, my page still shows the complete text still.

    I’m wondering 1) why it still shows the complete text, and 2) whether there’s any way to control how much summary is displayed

    Many thanks,
    Neil

    #2218

    Shop Manager
    Keymaster

    Hi Neil,

    As per your request, please provide us with a screenshot.

    So we can review what are you trying to say?

    Thanks

    #2227

    neilrichards
    Participant

    Here’s the url:

    https://encounter.uk.com/blog/

    Many thanks,
    Neil

    #2230

    Shop Manager
    Keymaster

    Hi Neil,

    As per your request, we have seen your blog and it’s not coming from our theme.

    We are unable to tell you about that.

    Thanks

    #2231

    neilrichards
    Participant

    Hi,

    I was pretty sure it was – sorry (not sure how that was created then), so I have just added a new page, added the title ‘Blogs’ changed the template to ‘Blog With Right Sidebar’, and saved. This is the resulting page:

    https://encounter.uk.com/blog/

    It does now show just a summary as expected, but I guess my other question still remains – is there a way of controlling how much of the blog text is shown in the summary?

    Thanks again,
    Neil

    #2232

    neilrichards
    Participant
    #2247

    Shop Manager
    Keymaster

    Hi Neil,

    As per your request, we need to review the blog page and we need your login detail.

    Sorry, there is no suh option to control the blogs.

    If you want we can review your blog, make a user for us assign administrator role and send us the username and password along with the Site URL at support@buywptemplates.com.

    Thanks

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