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    Default 4 Apr 2011 @ 23.54

    Can you edit the initial post list seperate to the full page post when you click on any of the posts? I cannot tell where this is in the Wordpress directory.
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    Default 5 Apr 2011 @ 07.28

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    Can you edit the initial post list seperate to the full page post when you click on any of the posts? I cannot tell where this is in the Wordpress directory.
    Originally Posted by fbmagik View Post
    Do you mean the extract that appears on the home vs the full post?
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    Default 5 Apr 2011 @ 19.46

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    Do you mean the extract that appears on the home vs the full post?
    Originally Posted by WelshStew View Post
    Yeah thats what I mean.
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    Default 6 Apr 2011 @ 12.16

    Depending on how your tempalte is set up will depend on how this works. If it is set up as per the WP core functionality then you just need to click on the break symbol where you want the extract to stop. The break symbol is the two boxes intercepted by a dotted line (next to the spell check in this image)

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    Default 6 Apr 2011 @ 20.57

    What I mean is...When you click on any of the blog posts, you get to a page which shows the whole blog post. How can you edit how these pages are displayed?

    The issue comes about because I have used a Sidebar file (Sidebar.php) that Wordpress uses to pull in a small description about the blog which sits at the top right of the main blog page. When you click on any of the blog posts, the layout of this page takes up much more space and pushes this Sidebar content down. I would prefer to remove the Sidebar content from these blog pages but keep it on the main page. I just can't seem to edit the individual post pages.

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    Default 7 Apr 2011 @ 08.03

    Within single.php you should have the following code:
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    <?php get_sidebar(); ?>
    You can just remove it.

    Or you can navigate to Apperance > Widgets within your admin panel and see if you have seperate sidebar for page vs home vs single post and adjust as necessarry.
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    Default 7 Apr 2011 @ 21.29

    Ah thanks for that. I didn't know that Single.php was for the 'single' post. Seems obvious now. Cheers!
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