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  • #19846

    Jon
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    Im currently using mBlog template on my blogger, https://klproplist.blogspot.my/

    Under “Most Recent”, the main blog content preview…. how can i show more content at the home page post (eg. 5-6 lines)? Is it possible to show the exact paragraph or content layout instead of continuous content without “enter or spacing to next line”.

    Can I add a “read more >>” link button at the end of every post?

    Thank you.

    #19849

    mourseben
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    Go to blogger dashboard >> Layout >> Now click Edit on Main POSTS widget and now change the value 3 to 6 or 7 on Number of posts on main page:

    Don’t forget Save changes finally

    #19853

    Jon
    Participant

    Thanks mourseben for your reply.

    Sorry i didn’t explain well.. I was trying to say how can i show more content in each post, not more post on main page (currently have set 7 posts on main page). Also, how can i put a page break (to show more content) and show “read more” link at the end of every post on the main page?

    Thanks.

    #19854

    Jon
    Participant

    Sorry, i meant “jump break”

    #19857

    LindyLou
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    You can add a page-break after Last updated. That should give you more words per post.
    Also, you can find this in your template html.
    Summary Change 13 to a higher number….preview and then save.

    #19859

    Jon
    Participant

    Thank you LindyLou for your help. I have tried to change to a higher number (eg, 20, 100, 1000) now set at 500. But still it only show 2-4 extra word on every post. Is there any max word count?

    #19868

    LindyLou
    Participant

    It all depends on what the designer put in. Usually changing the number, it allows someone add wording. Try a smaller number, than 500.

    #19869

    LindyLou
    Participant

    I see that this template is encrypted, there for there is no way to add more summary words. If you love the template, then you should contact the designer.

    #19871

    Jon
    Participant

    Noted with many thanks. I will contact the owner / creator of the template.

    Thank you for your time.. Cheers!

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