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Single blog post first lines of text not showing up on blog page when using muffin builder.

Hi,

The first line of texts e.g. first 50 characters from a single post when using muffin builder e.g. column item in muffin builder instead of native wordpress editor.


e.g. 

How do I get this to show up from text in muffin builder items as well? I tried the SEO description, but that one does not seem to be used either. 

Thanks!

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  • Hi sorry, bad explanation I guess.

    IT does seem to make a difference on the blog overview page. If I use muffin builder, the overview page only shows the headline, not e.g. the first 50 characters "text" of the post. It is shown, as expected if I use the wordpress editor though. Please see three screenshots below.

    1. Blog overview (missing text on muffin builder blog post)
    2. Edit screen of muffin builder blog post
    3. Edit screen of WP editor blog post

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  • Ahh, makes sense. Excerpt was actually hidden, works fine!
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