July 25, 2012

WordPress Read More Plugins to Help You Control Your Excerpts

Nearly everyone with a website wants their visitors to “read more.” And by that I mean they want their readers to click on the little link at the bottom of an excerpt that by default these days says, “Continue Reading.” Below we’ve collected some “read more” plugins to help you gain…

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