Brunelleschi is based on the Twenty-Ten theme, but has really grown since then. I like my theme, but I'm trying to modify the way a posts in page plugin works and I need to copy the relevant part of the loop to do it.
- I want to display full posts, but have them cut off at the "more..." spot.
- In this theme, it says "Continue Reading."
The original code for the plugin below:
<div class="entry-summary"> <?php the_excerpt(); ?> </div>
The big issue with this is that excerpts are formatted differently and use a specific truncation and no pictures, whereas cutting off at the "more" is a manual thing, which I want.
So I modified the code to:
<div class="entry-summary"> <?php the_content(); ?> </div>
This displays full content, but it does not cut off at the "more." So I go hunting in the loop and try replacing the code with just about every potentially relevant snippet I can find in the loop.php theme file and nothing works. They do post formats, wonky image galleries (sort of), or the full content. I've pastebinned the loop.php. I just need help finding which snippet to copy over 'cause it's not working even though it does work in the regular templated pages, just not on the embedded posts in pages.
EDITED TO ADD:
I keep thinking it should be this particular snippet:
<?php the_content( __( 'Continue reading <span class="meta-nav">→</span>', 'brunelleschi' ) ); ?>
But when I use that instead of the version without args, it still shows the full post despite having manual more tags in those posts.