It appears that the “More” block has been deprecated in Twenty Twenty-Four, and replaced by the “Read More” block.
See this: https://app.screencast.com/vprsHz7CLESo5
And this: https://app.screencast.com/cfxk50hGbTbE8
Check your posts to ascertain which block is currently present in each post.
Thank you for your answer.
I tried your suggested changes, however it didn’t give the expected results.
- It created a visible “Read more” link in my article, linking to the same page
- On my home page, a lot more text was shown for this article instead of just the introduction
To determine the problem, you might create a test post and try different combinations of the associated blocks.
I ran into your issue when I first transitioned my test website to Twenty Twenty-Four (from Twenty Twenty-Three), and hence my initial response (above) fixed the issue on that website.
in my case it is a brand new website, the default theme was Twenty Twenty-Four.
I will experiment further tomorrow. Thank you!
This might help:
“The More Block works only for Posts, (not Pages).”
Note the “Block Settings:”
[Edit to add]
…Is described as a “Theme Block.”
- This reply was modified 13 hours, 18 minutes ago by Harry Hobbes.
I finally found the solution.
I was using the “List of posts, 1 column” composition.
When you add it, there is a text “Add “read more” link text” after each post. All this time I thought it was just a way of telling me that the query loop is adding the “read more” link here. Turns out it is actually instructing me to add the “read more” link.
I did that and now it’s working properly.
I have no idea why this “read more” link is not included in the composition in the first place.