Wordpress ExcerptExcerpt from Wordpress
sspan class= "mw-headline" id="How_to_add_excerpts_to_posts">How to append extracts to posts
There are two major applications for the extract: In order to include an excerpt in a posting, just type it into the Excerpt text area below the Mail Editor area. A statement can be as long or as long as you wish. Usually, given the intended use, a few phrases are okay. You can use (some) HTML formattings if you want to insert the excerpt by hand and the tag will not be removed.
Excerpt is suppressed by defaults if it has not yet been used. '; add_filter( 'excerpt_more', 'new_excerpt_more');
Shows the snippet of the posted article after multiple filter applies, plus Auto-P formating, which converts duplicate line feeds into HTML paragraph styles. This uses get_the_excerpt() to first create a slimmed down copy of the entire article if there is no express excerpt for the article. At the end of the slimmed down file there is a'more' day, which is by standard the icon [...] or "hellip".
An excerpt provided by the customer is NOT provided with such a icon by standard. In order to include it, you must either change the gross value $post->post_excerpt in your submission manual before you call the_excerpt(), adding a filters for'get_the_excerpt' with a precedence less than 10, or adding a filters for'wp_trim_excerpt' (comparing the first and second parameters, since a user-provided extract is not changed in any way by this function).
Automatically generates an extract and removes all shortcuts and badges. Hint: If the actual article is an appendix, e.g. in the templates loop attachment.php and image.php, then the title bar of the appendix is used. Extracts are an alternate to using the quinktag. While this more day involves a postal writer creating a "split" in the mail content by hand, which is then used to produce a "Read More" on index pages, the extracts request, but not necessarily, that a postal writer provides a "teaser" for the entire mail content.
That Quickag needs templating to use the_content(), while the use of extracts allows templating authors to select whether to show whole contributions (with the_content()) or extracts (with the_excerpt()). You can then decide whether to show an entire contribution or an excerpt on the basis of criteria such as the style sheet used, the page format, the contribution categories, and so on.
With a quick tag, in other words, the postal authority determines what happens while the templating authority controls it.