"Older posts" and "Newer posts" not appearing
I have 15 articles in my blog. And the number of articles to be shown is set to 5.
But the link at the bottom of the page that allows me to go to “older posts” doesn’t appear as if the instructions :
<div class=”post-nav clearfix”>
<p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link(); ?></p>
<p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link(); ?></p>
<?php do_action(‘graphene_post_nav’); ?>
were never read.
Can you help me ?
Thank you very much
thanks for your help.
So I installed the plugin, went to the modification page for the French language. Everything was translated except two lines :
« Previous pageand
Next page »
So I translated them but it didn’t change anything which is normal because my issue is not about pages but posts.
One more thing : if I go directly on the 2nd or third page, the “newer posts” link appears, but not the “older posts” one. It’s really weird…
With Firefox, if I look at the source code of the 2nd page, I can see this :
<div class="post-nav clearfix">
<p id="next-post"><a href="http://yachtclub.ece.fr/" >Articles plus rÃ©cents »</a></p>
So it looks like the function in the loop which is supposed to check if there are previous posts doesn’t work…
Are You using a Child Theme? Its more easy to find errors.
Hmm I see some child page errors..
If You are using Firefox, try install Firebug http://www.getfirebug.com
for more control options.
And maybe check links with this plugin: Broken Link Checker
By the way.. There can also be something with your permalinks:
I mean what syntax or plugin are You using?
WordPress 3.1.1 address permalinks:
A Gravatar thing: http://en.gravatar.com/
If You like Your own Gravatar 🙂
I don’t know what is a child theme, so I don’t think I’m using one. What do you mean by “child page errors” ?
I installed Firebug but except from checking the source code, I don’t know what to do.
As for Broken Link Checker, it did show me some broken links inside my posts but nothing about my previous or next posts links.
EDIT : I set the number of posts by page high enough so that they all show up on the home page. I will keep it that way as I long as I can’t find a solution to my problem 🙂
Sorry no one told you this: (Please, Just read first post)
With Firebug You can Right+Click on any text, color & element, then find the CSS code in right panel of Firebug. Try put in some changes there..
Well, When You update the theme changes in core files will be gone without a Child Theme.
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