Navigation Links on Posts

  • alphacounter

    #6421

    Basically, instead of having the Previous/Next links be above my post’s content, I want them at the footer of the content. Also, I’d like to change it to “Previous Post” and “Next Post” instead of the post titles. I was able to change this in a previous version of the theme, but don’t know how to do it in the current version.

    Here’s really all I want:

    nav-links.jpg

    Josh

    #34291

    Refer to this thread… and if you have trouble, lemme know.

    https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/post-links-at-both-top-and-bottom-of-category-page

    After you get it appearing at the bottom where you want… we can then use CSS to go back and hide the top ones.

    alphacounter

    #34292

    Thanks, Josh! I was able to create the action hook widget and copied/pasted the code into the text widget, but nothing appears at the end of my post. I can see a new, empty space where the widget occupies, but no links.

    You can see that space under the social buttons at the bottom here:

    http://alphacounter.com/2012/12/06/alpha-counter-podcast-43-intorducing-alpha-counter-live/

    I also haven’t been able to find where in the CSS I can remove the links at the top. (I’m very much a novice.)

    Luko

    #34293

    1. You can’t put php code in text widget. Install some php widgets plugin and follow that advice.

    2. Or do like this:

    open loop-single.php file from Graphene Theme and copy all content in new file with same name.

    save file and upload it to child-theme folder

    open file in editor (the one in child-theme folder) and find this:

    <?php graphene_post_nav(); ?>

    select and cut (ctrl+x), find this part of code in same file:

    <?php /*** Display the post author's bio in single-post page if enabled*/
    if ( $graphene_settings['show_post_author'] ) :?>
    <h4 class="author_h4 vcard"><?php _e( 'About the author', 'graphene' ); ?></h4>...

    and paste it before opening php tag to look like this:

    <?php graphene_post_nav(); ?>
    <?php/** * Display the post author's bio in single-post page if enabled*/
    if ( $graphene_settings['show_post_author'] ) :?>
    <h4 class="author_h4 vcard"><?php _e( 'About the author', 'graphene' ); ?></h4>...

    It’s not neat and fancy but will work ๐Ÿ™‚

    Prasanna SP

    #34294

    First add this to custom CSS

    post-nav {
    display: none;
    }

    Then this to child-theme’s functions.php anywhere between <?php and ?>

    function graphene_custom_post_nav(){
    if ( is_singular() ) :

    global $graphene_settings;

    $args = array(
    'format_prev' => 'ร‚ยซ %link',
    'format_next' => '%link ร‚ยป',
    'link' => '%title',
    'in_same_cat' => false,
    'excluded_cats' => '',
    );
    if ( $graphene_settings['slider_type'] == 'categories' )
    if ( $graphene_settings['slider_exclude_categories'] == 'everywhere' )
    $args['excluded_cats'] = $graphene_settings['slider_specific_categories'];

    $args = apply_filters( 'graphene_post_nav_args', $args );
    ?>
    <div class="custom-post-nav clearfix">
    <p class="previous"><?php previous_post_link( $args['format_prev'], $args['link'], $args['in_same_cat'], $args['excluded_cats'] ); ?></p>
    <p class="next-post"><?php next_post_link( $args['format_next'], $args['link'], $args['in_same_cat'], $args['excluded_cats'] ); ?></p>
    </div>
    <?php
    endif;
    }

    add_action('graphene_post_footer','graphene_custom_post_nav');

    Luko

    #34295

    And unlike mine, Prasanna’s solution is neat and fancy ๐Ÿ™‚ .

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