Feedback from that article suggests that, besides some uncertainty about how large a jump break section should be, some people are still uncertain how to add a jump break, in the first place.
Jump break sections, unlike some other "read more" solutions, can be uniquely located and sized in each post - as long as the blog will not be using a dynamic view. This lets you size the Jump Break individually, per post.
You can make any given jump break as large, or as small, as you wish - when you wish.
You simply edit each individual post - and manually insert the jump break, as required. Older blogs may need an update to the post template. Really old blogs - or blogs with custom templates - may need a bit more of a tweak.
Since there are two post editor modes - "Compose" and "HTML" - there are two ways to insert a jump break.
- With Compose mode, you use the "Insert jump break" button, on the toolbar.
- Position the cursor, where you want the jump break located.
- Hit the "Insert jump break" button.
- With HTML mode, you simply insert the special "Jump Break" code, where you want the jump break located.
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