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Platform: First post full content, other posts excerpts on home page?

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youmefit    0
youmefit

Hi, I have a question very similar to the one posed here a while ago: http://www.pagelines.com/forum/discussion/16371/first-post-full-length-other-posts-excerpts/p1 I also would like my first post to show the full content and the rest to read as excerpts. I'm using the Free Platform Theme. I tried placing the following code into the custom code section, but nothing happened.

	.blog .post .entry_wrap {display:none;}
	.blog .post-number-1 .entry_wrap { display: block; }
	.blog .post-number-1 .post-excerpt { display: none; }

The code just appeared in the footer of my site as text. I was wondering if I'm pasting this incorrectly and where exactly should I paste it? I'm new to all this; thank you so much for any help!

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catrina    103
catrina
If the code is appearing in the footer, you are probably adding the code to the Footerscripts box instead of the Custom CSS box.

Please read the docs before posting. Please do not private message me unless I ask you to.

Designer | Catrina Dulay

Founder | Catrina and Mouse

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youmefit    0
youmefit
Hi Catrina, Thanks so much for responding. You're definitely right that I'm not putting it in the Custom CSS box, but I don't see a Custom CSS box anywhere. In "Settings> Custom Code" there is only a box for footer scripts and analytics. Am I missing something? Thank you again!

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Danny    1,327
Danny
Hi youmefit, I have visited your website and noticed that you're using the free version of Platform Pro. Therefore, there isn't any Settings > Custom Code area. You're free to add/edit any files/CSS etc. However, we are unable to assist you with this.

Please search our forums, before posting!

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youmefit    0
youmefit
Thanks, Danny, that's actually exactly what I was trying to figure out. I had a feeling I couldn't do it because of the free version and I was nervous to edit the stylesheet.css because of the warning in the file that it will be overridden.

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Rob    547
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At present, PageLines is rather inexpensive at under $100. I'd suggest you upgrade.

Former PageLines Moderator, Food Expert and Raconteur

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