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File under another thing about WordPress I didn’t know.

I do not use the more tag on this blog very often, but it is a handy thing if you do not want all the text from a post filling up your home page. I was using it elsewhere today and wondered if I could edit the text from the standard Continue reading → turns out you can. You need to stitch to the Text view in the post editor, rather than the Visual, There you will see:

<!–more–>

you can edit it like this:
<!–more Find out more about more… –>

Which seems to do the trick. In this case not much more to read;-)

If you are reading this post from a direct link, it will be best to visit the archive page here to see it in action.

This works in Glow Blogs too.

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