Since WordPress v2.5, it is no longer possible to use the <!–more–> tag within a post in order to define an excerpt which will be used on both the web and feeds. Now, WordPress uses this tag to split a post for the web only, while the feeds can contain either the full-text or an excerpt that is calculated by WP. I hereby release the More-Feed-Excerpt plugin to all those whose who have gotten used to the old behavior and do not feel comfortable with this change.
To install the plugin, upload the
more-feed-excerpt.php file in your
wp-content/plugins/ directory and activate it through the WordPress Administration panel. No other action or configuration is required. The plugin does not interfere with the WordPress database or templates in any way, so uninstalling it is as simple as de-activating it.
More-Feed-Excerpt is an open-source project, released as Free Software under the terms of the Apache License version 2.
Downloads, Issue Tracking, Support
For the latest releases of More-Feed-Excerpt please visit the the More-Feed-Excerpt development web site.
This plugin is not available on the WordPress Plugin Repository.
This project is no longer supported. Submitting support requests, issue reports or feature requests is not possible at this time.
Make sure you read PiXELWiT’s suggestions on how to form the “Read More” link and the footer in your feed entries.
This plugin has been discontinued. There have been reports that it no longer works with recent WordPress releases, but it has not been tested. The developer no longer uses this plugin.
More-Feed-Excerpt WordPress Plugin by George Notaras is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at Licensing Information.
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