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4/2/18
Original Poster
TonyGonzalez0379

How to remove READ MORE

Hi,

How can I remove the READ MORE option? I want to display the complete blog in the home screen. Thanks
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irsah
4/2/18
irsah
Hi Tony...


What default Blogger Theme are you currently using?

Sharing your blog URL may help us to assist you better...


Regards
+irsah
4/2/18
Original Poster
TonyGonzalez0379
irsah
4/3/18
irsah
Some Theme > Edit HTML is required & we would like to inform you that Blogger Help Forum does not support custom coding. 

Use at your own risks. You can try this...

How to Display Full Blog Post Body for Contempo Blogger Theme Homepage & Index Pages

  • Go to Theme > Edit HTML
  • click "Jump to Widget"
  • select "Blog1"
  • locate & find this line of code <b:includable id='postBodySnippet' var='post'> .. </b:includable>
  • Replace to below...

                    <b:includable id='postBodySnippet' var='post'>
          <div class='container post-body entry-content' expr:id='&quot;post-snippet-&quot; + data:post.id'>
            <data:post.body/>
          </div>
        </b:includable>

  • click Save Theme
  • Refresh your blog page to see the changes.
 
If you need more custom setup, you can use 3rd party help website like stackoverflow.com or Blogger Developer Group where experts there can further assist you.


Regards
+irsah


update: Added tutorial title & context
irsah
4/2/18
irsah
To remove the "Read More" link use below:-

Go to Theme > Customize > Advanced > find & select Add CSS > add below...

.jump-link {
  display:none!important;
}

click Apply to Blog

Refresh your blog pages to see the changes.


Regards
+irsah
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