This post won't be that useful to you hobbyists out there, but it may help a fellow Blogger or two. I usually won't use the page-break on a new article, preferring to leave the whole thing on the front page to make for an easy read. The problem with that is long articles clogging up the page-space.
My solution is a bit of housecleaning every few days.
I'll go through and edit the older posts - especially the long ones - and insert a page break (see above), usually after the first picture. Many blogs insert these as standard; I'm outlining the way I do it, which I gather is somewhat unusual.
The page-break will automatically enter the 'read more' hyperlink (see above).
Voila! Articles take up less room and people can click on what they want to read.
Most of you probably know all this though, right? I guess I'll have to post over this later today!
Know why? 'Cause school is done, *SELF-EDIT*! That's right, I finished my thesis paper for Neurobiology - some supplementary intervention for persistant-state hyperalgesia... I forget now that it's done... AND I'M FREE!
(Sorry - got excited there for a bit...)
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