This is a very simple plugin that makes the links created by using the <!–more–> tag not scroll down to where you put it. It instead just displays the single post normally. This is done by removing the anchor (the
#more-123 part) from the end of the link.
It came about as a result of a thread in the WordPress support forums. Since modifying core files should be avoided whenever possible, I decided to write this mini-plugin.
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I’ve been using Less for months now 🙂 Simple and effective stuff.
Ah, well, didn’t know about that plugin. :/
And it nearly the exact same code too. Heh.
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oh THANK YOU SO MUCH.
i have been trying to tweak the functions.php and failed miserably.
this is so simple and highly recommended!
Thanks, But Do you have any plugin with slow-scroll effect for “back to top” button?
That’s not the purpose of this plugin and there are plenty of jQuery plugins to do that kind of thing. 🙂
Thanks for this. Was just about to start hacking together my own plugin when Google brought me here.
Is there a way to have the read more link to the direct post instead of displaying on the index page? If so how do I do it?
I don’t understand your question. The read more link does link to the post’s permalink (individual page)…
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Hi, I want to replace the more anchor with an another anchor I myself would like to place on the post, is this possible? Is it possible to just tweak the ‘More To The Top’ plugin ?
Just figured it out!!! I’d been on it for hours, finally manage it using another plugin. YEAH!! Thank you anyway.
In case anyone else ever needs it:
return str_replace(‘#more-‘.$id.'”‘, ‘#YOUR_ANCHOR’.'”‘, $content);
Thanks for this bro