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Show complete post, not excerpt... - Wordpress Solution
[Solved] - Show complete post, not excerpt... - Wordpress Solution
Try following codes
I would like to modify the way this category post is displayed. It is currently showing excerpts, I would like to display the complete post on one page ... http://lemonadecleansetogo.com/other/videos/ Here is the code for the loop >


<div id="post-<?php the_ID(); ?>" <?php post_class(); ?>>
 
  <?php if (is_single() || is_page()) { 
  // This links the page- or post-title where necessary, and otherwise displays as plain text  
  ?>

  <?php } elseif (is_search()) { ?>
 
   <h2 class="posttitle"><a href="<?php the_permalink() ?>" rel="bookmark"><?php search_title_highlight(); ?></a></h2>
	
    <?php } else { ?>
    
 <h2 class="posttitle"><a href="<?php the_permalink() ?>" rel="bookmark"><?php the_title(); ?></a></h2>

<?php } ?>

<div class="entry">
<?php if (is_archive()) { 
// This displays an excerpt or the entire post, depending on the context
?>

	<?php the_excerpt(); ?>

   </div><!--/end entry-->
</div><!--/end post-->

<?php } elseif (is_search()) { ?>

   <?php search_excerpt_highlight(); ?>
    
     </div><!--/end entry-->
</div><!--/end post-->

<?php } else { ?>
	<?php the_content(); ?>
    
	<?php wp_link_pages(array(
				'before' => '<p class="nextpage"><strong> '.__('Pages:','gravy').' </strong>', 
				'after' => '</p>', 
				'next_or_number' => 'number')); 
				?>

 <?php if (is_single()) 
 // This adds Tags and 'Edit' link to single-post pages
 { ?>
 
 <p id="tags"><?php the_tags('<span><strong>'.__('Tagged as:','gravy').'</strong> ', ', ', '</span>'); ?></p>
 <?php  } ?>
 
 
 
<?php edit_post_link(__('Edit this entry','gravy'), '<p id="wp-edit">', '&raquo;</p>'); ?>


 </div><!--/end entry-->
 <?php if (!is_page()) { 
  // This inserts metadata everywhere except on Pages  
  ?>

<?php } ?>

</div><!--/end post-->

<?php } ?>
And here is the code for the video template page >
 
?php
/*
Template Name: video
*/
get_header(); ?>

<div id="content">
 <h2 class=posttitle>VIDEOS</h2>
  <?php query_posts('category_name=video'); ?>
  <?php if (have_posts()) : while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?>
  
  <?php include (TEMPLATEPATH . '/loop.php'); ?>
  <?php endwhile; ?>
  <?php include (TEMPLATEPATH . '/pagination.php'); ?>
  
  <?php else : ?>
  <h2>
    <?php _e('Not Found','gravy'); ?>
  </h2>
   
   <?php endif; ?>
</div>
<!--/content-->
<?php get_sidebar('other'); ?>
<?php get_footer(); ?>


Solution - 1

The problem on your code is the line that says

<?php if (is_archive()) { 
Category, Tag, Author and Date based pages are all types of Archives. So on the videos category page, each post is showed by the block inside the
<?php if (is_archive()) { 
rather the
<?php } else { ?>
block as you would expect. The easiest way to send the video category posts to the
<?php } else { ?>
block is creating a little filter. Change this if statement:
<?php if (is_archive()) { 
to something more specific:
<?php if (is_archive() && !is_category('video')) { 
This statement says: "If is archive but not video category then..." This way your video category posts will end up on the
<?php } else { ?>
block. Happy WP coding :)


Solution - 2

You could add another test case for categories


<?php } elseif (is_category()) { ?>



	<?php the_content(); ?>



   </div><!--/end entry-->

</div><!--/end post-->



<?php } ?>


Solution - 3

Yes, you can do this by specifying:

<?php } elseif (is_category('video')) { ?>

   </div><!--/end entry-->

</div><!--/end post-->

<?php } ?>

Date: 2022-10-21 05:23:21
Category: Wordpress
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