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My image dissapeared

I have created a post yesterday and today I see only a small part of it, and the image has dissapeared.The only way to bring back the post is to click at the three dots to see the full post.
How can I have the image come back in this 'shortcut' post wordpress have created?
Thank you.
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Sudaraka WijesingheWeb Application ProgrammerCommented:
You may need to adjust where you placed the page/summary break. And if your content is taken from a 3rd party URL real-time, it may have been changed on that side.
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skiaboxAuthor Commented:
It is a post I created by hand.
I am new to wordpress and I can't find where is the settings for the 'shortcut' post.
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Sudaraka WijesingheWeb Application ProgrammerCommented:
Depending on the theme you use it's possible it's displaying the part of the post on the page in question. Displayed part may be selected using either more tag (page break or summary break), auto-generated (in your case) excerpt or just by cropping the original content.
You can add a custom excerpt to each post on the same page you edit the port.

Do you have a link for the site?
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jeremyjared74Commented:
You'll need to open your index.php file and look for
<?php the_excerpt('Read More'); ?>

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The Read More text may vary, but the_excerpt should be in there. Replace the code above with this:
<?php the_content(''); ?>

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This will show the entire content of the post, not just a summary though. WordPress strips out HTML tags when outputting the_excerpt. It can be over-ridden though. I've used a few custom functions to keep links, but never images. A few changes and it could be possible.
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skiaboxAuthor Commented:
I am using Canvas Theme from woothemes.
Do you know if there is an option somewhere or the only way is to manually edit the php code?
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jeremyjared74Commented:
I've never used the Canvas theme, but I'm almost positive there isn't a built in option for allowing html in the excerpt. But there should be an option to use a page template that doesn't use the excerpt. Try a different page template if it has them (it should). Look in your page editor on the right side for the Page Template drop down options. Pick a different template and see what happens. If not let me know and I'll try to help you out with the code.
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gwkgCommented:
If you manually add the code into the Excerpt meta box on the 'Edit Post' page, you can use html and have images show up.

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