GSheader The aim of this document is to show how to split Articles into pages or to present a READ MORE .. choice. It is one of four documents with hands-on instructions about editing Articles.
Sometimes an article seems too long for the screen. The editors have two features that allow an article to be split:-
If you have a long article, try it because it is a minor edit and can improve layout.
There are some pages where a short taster extract gives enough information for readers to be aware of the content of the article. If they wish to read more detail, they can choose to see the whole article. This is often used for news or blogs where there is limited room on the main page and readers are not interested in all content. A good solution is to use the Read More . . facility.
One of the buttons underneath the Editor screen is called Read more
A dotted line is inserted into the article.
Only the taster text is displayed. At the end of it there is a READ MORE button.
It is sometimes useful to split a long article into shorter sections. This also creates a table of contents, with the entries being the Page Titles that you enter for each page. You have to decide on how long each page is to be but the index includes an option to view the whole article, so a reader is not restricted to one page at the time. This can be a useful option for some articles.
Underneath the Editor screen
A small dialogue box appears above the editor. The Page Title is likely to be the name of the heading or main content of the next part of the article. If you do not enter anything - this becomes the page number by default.
When the article is saved, there is an index and also navigation at the bottom of each page.
The breaks in the article are marked by a grey image across the screen
Lorna Scammell December 2010