Blog Post Full Content Tutorial
By default, your WordPress Blog Page will show a list of Summaries of your Blog Posts. This is not a setting that you can change in your administrative panel. It has to be done in the PHP file. Here’s how:
- You need to have a way to access your files on the server. I recommend the [FireFTP Add-On] for Firefox. You can also use the GoDaddy Hosting Control Center > Your Files. Or you can use any FTP client.
- On the server, you’ll need to find the index.php file for your theme. From your WordPress root folder, the path should be /wp-content/themes/crazyThemeName/. Specific to my folders is “/WebProg/wp-content/themes/mytheme/. Download the index.php file and open it in your favorite editing software. If you don’t have one, Notepad will do the job, but I recommend [Komodo Edit].
- In the file, locate:
and change it to
- Save the file and copy the new file back into your FTP directory at /wp-content/themes/crazyThemeName/.
Refresh your Blog page and see how the entire Post is shown on your blog page.