As you may know, CodeProject has a thing called Technical blogs which lets you publish your post on their site too, thus widening the range of potential readers.
Thanks to a great plugin by hjgode, you can automatically import your posts.
However, recently I wanted just to show excerpts of the posts on my blog homepage and in the archives. The problem was that that stopped the importer from collecting the posts that are marked with the codeproject category because the posts were too short according to their rules (1000 words minimum).
I solved this in my TwentyThirteen theme by making slight changes in content.php (around line 33), which by default looks like this:
<?php if ( is_search() ) : ?>
This line displays excerpts only on a search page, and to show excerpts on homepage, I did:
<?php if ( is_search() || is_home() ) : ?>
You just have to make sure that you don’t include the:
and you’re all set.
True, you could further optimize this in a way that you would show excerpts for all other categories except “codeproject”.
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