Using the “More” button.

For our article critiques I encourage you to use the “more” button.Screen Shot 2013-07-08 at 10.19.43 AM (it looks like a nice tasty, dotted-line hamburger.) It will truncate your article where you place it so the front page of our blog will be cleaner. It automatically creates a “Continue Reading” link.

for instance like this…

Anything above the line gets posted to the front of the blog and everything below the line is tucked behind into the post’s page. So our longer article critiques will take up less room on the front page.

thanks,

drew

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3 thoughts on “Using the “More” button.

  1. Well, I’m just a little frustrated. I can’t find the “more” button and I can’t upload my video properly. I’ve tried your tutorials but they are not working for me.

  2. Pingback: @chriscolin3000 critiques the “Culture of Critique” in #wired. works best read post-ironically. try it. « danielBpatton.com

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