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My blog has pages at the navigation bar. The 'Home' and 'About Me' pages show the 'Continue Reading' tag which I want to get rid of. I have used some extensions to add 'Continue Reading' functionality to my blog posts, but I don't want the tag. Any solutions?

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What do you man by " i have borrowed some coding for the 'Continue Reading' option to my blog"? – John Conde Nov 10 '10 at 13:10
    
I'm presuming that he means something like this: eblogtemplates.com/… Correct me if I'm wrong about that though – Adam Thompson Nov 10 '10 at 21:04

You should constrain the 'continue reading' code to show up only on posts, not on pages.

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Also, you could take a peek at the template file for the different pages. Depending on how your site is set up, there's likely a code/comment that calls for the "Continue Reading" tag. In WordPress for example, by default the quicktag is what you'd be looking for.

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