It has become a habit. Not sure if it’s a good one though.
Is this you? I often tweak my blog here and there that I forget why am I doing it.
Until something breaks.
I then have to retrace what I’ve been doing to my blog for the past few days.
Sometimes my blog log helps.
(It’s a spreadsheet with list of all the changes I made . . . with dates. This I guess is a good habit. What do you think?)
Sometimes it doesn’t.
I am lucky that sometimes the solution comes while I’m doing or looking for something else.
Serendipity it is!
Recently, I found the “so easy that it seems silly to miss it” solution to a problem that’s been bothering me since I started this blog.
Steps to Display Excerpt in the Homepage
The following steps only works in Genesis Theme:
- Log in in WordPress.
- WordPress Dashboard > Genesis > Theme Settings.
- In the Content Archive copy the settings in the image below.
To test the new setting, you can write a blog post and don’t put the Insert Read More tag <!–more–>. Go to the homepage and observe the excerpts that are automatically created.
I may have to refer to this blog post again if I create another blog (not again) and forget how to display excerpt in the homepage.
Did you experience the same problem? How would like to show excerpt: coding or adding the Read More tag? Share in the comment.