If you have troubles since the update to WordPress 4.5 please read this post before opening a new thread.
uff, I think, I see not the wood for the trees :-(
I have checked my loop-index.php, to get the term “read more” in a new, separate line as the post’s content.
if(strpos($avia_config, 'medium_image sidebar') !== false) echo $slider->display_small('blog');
the_content(__('Read more →','avia_framework'));
if(has_tag() && is_single())
echo '<span class="blog-tags">';
echo the_tags(''.__('Stichworte: ','avia_framework').'<span>');
live (site in maintenance mode):
This blog overview page (with the post excerpt, that you see above) is created with a dynamic template, if this is relevant:
1 page with slideshow and some intro text + the “blog” element after it.
Any idea for changing the php or the CSS file?
It can also be done by adding this in your Quick CSS or custom.css:
display: block !important;
Anyway, Glad that you’ve fixed it. :)
I had NOT yet fixed it, if you read my post in total ;-)
But after your suggestions with the CSS it worked for me, thanks.
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