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  • seanpb2004

    #1609

    Just under the page menu, the previous and next posts link navigation appears. I have some paid posts I don’t include in the slider or front page and manage that with categories, but they still appear in the next-previous links. Is there any way to hide these posts from the navigation?

    Derek

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #16486

    How are you protecting those paid posts? Are they only available to logged in users?

    bobsled

    #16487

    No, they are available to all and indexed. I’m just using a category to select what appears on the Slider, and only use selected categories in the Front Page options to keep paid posts from showing in Front page excerpts. Works fine. They of course appear in the Archive, which is fine. It’s only in the next page navigation that they appear, and I would prefer they didn’t.

    Derek

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #16488

    Unfortunately no, I don’t think there’s a way to do this in the theme, least no easy way, since the theme has no way of distinguishing between paid posts and not.

    You might want to look at some of the membership plugins available to protect those paid posts instead.

    bobsled

    #16489

    Thanks. I’ll check them out.

    raindance

    #16490

    @bobsled

    I just accomplished this by using the Ambrosite Next/Previous plug in combined with the postMash plug in. If you are still trying to make it work let me know and I’ll post the details. It would work perfectly for what you are trying to do I think.

    bobsled

    #16491

    @raindance Thanks! If you could post your set up that would be great. Been struggling with this for some time.

    raindance

    #16492

    Ok so here is what I have so far. This was done with the help of the plugin author because doing it the way they originally say to do it in the instructions doesn’t work with Graphene in the single-loop.php theory if you are using a child theme which I am.

    You may or not need this part for what you are doing. I needed it to order posts in a category for the previous/next links to go in the order I wanted them to.

    Install the plugin postMash

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/postmash/

    Super easy to use. After it’s installed, look on the left menu for PostMash and you can just drag and drop posts into the order you want them in. This becomes relevant in the Ambrosite Next/Previous plug in IF you want to order by menu as your sort parameter.

    Next install the current version of Ambrosite Next/Previous Post Link Plus 2.3

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ambrosite-nextprevious-post-link-plus/

    The only documentation and “how to” info is here:

    http://www.ambrosite.com/plugins/next-previous-post-link-plus-for-wordpress

    Which is the same as the readme.txt file if you download the plug in. So you dont need to download it, just install from the plugin pane within wp dashboard and use that link for the documentation.

    So then the two code modifications I made are:

    If you are using a child theme, you have to copy the loop.php and single.php files to your child theme folder. This is not so good because then when they update the theme you have to remember these mods to add back in or you will lose them. The plug in author said that it won’t work well with the single-loop.php file, not sure why, but said it would not and I couldn’t get it to.

    @khairul-syahir if you have a comment on this, how to do it better, please advise.

    In the loop.php file you have to change lines 29 and 30, super simple change, from

    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link(); ?></p>
    [code]
    to
    [code]
    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    [code]
    Notice you are just adding the _plus to each.

    Then if you are using a theme, copy single.php (if not using a child theme, then just add this into your single.php file)
    This is the array that controls the links and they are highly customizable. This is just what I needed but I think what you are doing sounds very similar.

    I posted this after the header line on single.php

    [code]
    get_header(); ?>

    then I pasted:

    <?php previous_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Previous page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?> |
    <?php next_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Next page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?>
    [code]

    If you read through that documentation you’ll see what they all do, but in a nutshell…
    menu-order tells it how to order the link clicks, and by using PostMash I dragged them into the order I wanted, then this parameter tells it to link through in that order. Pretty cool, eh?
    Then the part you will like is the ex_cats for exclude categories. In this case I excluded 12 which is my home page slider. So in other words, in_same_cat says that (I THINK) if there is more than one post in any category, then show these links, and, only show posts via the links for posts in the same category.
    You can truncate the length of the link words…I have 0 for don’t truncate, show the whole title of the post in the link, but you could set it to say 20 characters or whatever.
    Loop true means when it gets to the last post in the category it cycles back to the first. Make this false if you want it not to go back to the first.

    This is as far as I’ve gotten with it. What I’m struggling with now is how to put the links further down on the page. The plug in author says you can just move the link block to whereever you want on the page but when I tried they stayed where they are now on my page. I suspect that’s because of the placement of the code on the single.php page after the header. I understood him to mean that on loop.php you could take the block:

    [code]
    <?php /* Posts navigation for single post pages, but not for Page post */ ?>
    <?php if ( is_single() && ! is_page() ) : ?>
    <div class=”post-nav clearfix”>
    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <?php do_action(‘graphene_post_nav’); ?>
    </div>
    <?php endif; ?>
    [code]

    and just move it down on the template to wherever you want it to appear, like after the title or after the body content. so far I’ve only been able to move it down to above the footer, but that isn’t want I want. I want it to be more inside the actual post so it’s more integral to the flow of say a ten page(actually post) article. I haven’t gotten that to work yet. But you may not care about that part.

    Also, you’ll find tons of other mods and customizations on that link.

    Anyone know how to get it in the body of the post? This is really a general template editing question not relevant to the plug in itself. I’ll start a new thread just on that topic as its not really relevant to this plug in.

    Good luck 🙂

    [code]

    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link(); ?></p>

    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link(); ?></p>

    to
    [code]
    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    [code]
    Notice you are just adding the _plus to each.

    Then if you are using a theme, copy single.php (if not using a child theme, then just add this into your single.php file)
    This is the array that controls the links and they are highly customizable. This is just what I needed but I think what you are doing sounds very similar.

    I posted this after the header line on single.php

    [code]
    get_header(); ?>

    then I pasted:

    <?php previous_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Previous page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?> |
    <?php next_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Next page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?>
    [code]

    If you read through that documentation you’ll see what they all do, but in a nutshell…
    menu-order tells it how to order the link clicks, and by using PostMash I dragged them into the order I wanted, then this parameter tells it to link through in that order. Pretty cool, eh?
    Then the part you will like is the ex_cats for exclude categories. In this case I excluded 12 which is my home page slider. So in other words, in_same_cat says that (I THINK) if there is more than one post in any category, then show these links, and, only show posts via the links for posts in the same category.
    You can truncate the length of the link words…I have 0 for don’t truncate, show the whole title of the post in the link, but you could set it to say 20 characters or whatever.
    Loop true means when it gets to the last post in the category it cycles back to the first. Make this false if you want it not to go back to the first.

    This is as far as I’ve gotten with it. What I’m struggling with now is how to put the links further down on the page. The plug in author says you can just move the link block to whereever you want on the page but when I tried they stayed where they are now on my page. I suspect that’s because of the placement of the code on the single.php page after the header. I understood him to mean that on loop.php you could take the block:

    [code]
    <?php /* Posts navigation for single post pages, but not for Page post */ ?>
    <?php if ( is_single() && ! is_page() ) : ?>
    <div class=”post-nav clearfix”>
    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <?php do_action(‘graphene_post_nav’); ?>
    </div>
    <?php endif; ?>
    [code]

    and just move it down on the template to wherever you want it to appear, like after the title or after the body content. so far I’ve only been able to move it down to above the footer, but that isn’t want I want. I want it to be more inside the actual post so it’s more integral to the flow of say a ten page(actually post) article. I haven’t gotten that to work yet. But you may not care about that part.

    Also, you’ll find tons of other mods and customizations on that link.

    Anyone know how to get it in the body of the post? This is really a general template editing question not relevant to the plug in itself. I’ll start a new thread just on that topic as its not really relevant to this plug in.

    Good luck 🙂

    [code]

    to

    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    [code]
    Notice you are just adding the _plus to each.

    Then if you are using a theme, copy single.php (if not using a child theme, then just add this into your single.php file)
    This is the array that controls the links and they are highly customizable. This is just what I needed but I think what you are doing sounds very similar.

    I posted this after the header line on single.php

    [code]
    get_header(); ?>

    then I pasted:

    <?php previous_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Previous page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?> |
    <?php next_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Next page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?>
    [code]

    If you read through that documentation you’ll see what they all do, but in a nutshell…
    menu-order tells it how to order the link clicks, and by using PostMash I dragged them into the order I wanted, then this parameter tells it to link through in that order. Pretty cool, eh?
    Then the part you will like is the ex_cats for exclude categories. In this case I excluded 12 which is my home page slider. So in other words, in_same_cat says that (I THINK) if there is more than one post in any category, then show these links, and, only show posts via the links for posts in the same category.
    You can truncate the length of the link words…I have 0 for don’t truncate, show the whole title of the post in the link, but you could set it to say 20 characters or whatever.
    Loop true means when it gets to the last post in the category it cycles back to the first. Make this false if you want it not to go back to the first.

    This is as far as I’ve gotten with it. What I’m struggling with now is how to put the links further down on the page. The plug in author says you can just move the link block to whereever you want on the page but when I tried they stayed where they are now on my page. I suspect that’s because of the placement of the code on the single.php page after the header. I understood him to mean that on loop.php you could take the block:

    [code]
    <?php /* Posts navigation for single post pages, but not for Page post */ ?>
    <?php if ( is_single() && ! is_page() ) : ?>
    <div class=”post-nav clearfix”>
    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <?php do_action(‘graphene_post_nav’); ?>
    </div>
    <?php endif; ?>
    [code]

    and just move it down on the template to wherever you want it to appear, like after the title or after the body content. so far I’ve only been able to move it down to above the footer, but that isn’t want I want. I want it to be more inside the actual post so it’s more integral to the flow of say a ten page(actually post) article. I haven’t gotten that to work yet. But you may not care about that part.

    Also, you’ll find tons of other mods and customizations on that link.

    Anyone know how to get it in the body of the post? This is really a general template editing question not relevant to the plug in itself. I’ll start a new thread just on that topic as its not really relevant to this plug in.

    Good luck 🙂

    [code]

    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>

    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>

    Notice you are just adding the _plus to each.

    Then if you are using a theme, copy single.php (if not using a child theme, then just add this into your single.php file)
    This is the array that controls the links and they are highly customizable. This is just what I needed but I think what you are doing sounds very similar.

    I posted this after the header line on single.php

    [code]
    get_header(); ?>

    then I pasted:

    <?php previous_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Previous page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?> |
    <?php next_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Next page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?>
    [code]

    If you read through that documentation you’ll see what they all do, but in a nutshell…
    menu-order tells it how to order the link clicks, and by using PostMash I dragged them into the order I wanted, then this parameter tells it to link through in that order. Pretty cool, eh?
    Then the part you will like is the ex_cats for exclude categories. In this case I excluded 12 which is my home page slider. So in other words, in_same_cat says that (I THINK) if there is more than one post in any category, then show these links, and, only show posts via the links for posts in the same category.
    You can truncate the length of the link words…I have 0 for don’t truncate, show the whole title of the post in the link, but you could set it to say 20 characters or whatever.
    Loop true means when it gets to the last post in the category it cycles back to the first. Make this false if you want it not to go back to the first.

    This is as far as I’ve gotten with it. What I’m struggling with now is how to put the links further down on the page. The plug in author says you can just move the link block to whereever you want on the page but when I tried they stayed where they are now on my page. I suspect that’s because of the placement of the code on the single.php page after the header. I understood him to mean that on loop.php you could take the block:

    [code]
    <?php /* Posts navigation for single post pages, but not for Page post */ ?>
    <?php if ( is_single() && ! is_page() ) : ?>
    <div class=”post-nav clearfix”>
    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <?php do_action(‘graphene_post_nav’); ?>
    </div>
    <?php endif; ?>
    [code]

    and just move it down on the template to wherever you want it to appear, like after the title or after the body content. so far I’ve only been able to move it down to above the footer, but that isn’t want I want. I want it to be more inside the actual post so it’s more integral to the flow of say a ten page(actually post) article. I haven’t gotten that to work yet. But you may not care about that part.

    Also, you’ll find tons of other mods and customizations on that link.

    Anyone know how to get it in the body of the post? This is really a general template editing question not relevant to the plug in itself. I’ll start a new thread just on that topic as its not really relevant to this plug in.

    Good luck 🙂

    [code]

    Notice you are just adding the _plus to each.

    Then if you are using a theme, copy single.php (if not using a child theme, then just add this into your single.php file)

    This is the array that controls the links and they are highly customizable. This is just what I needed but I think what you are doing sounds very similar.

    I posted this after the header line on single.php

    get_header(); ?>

    then I pasted:

    <?php previous_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Previous page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?> |
    <?php next_post_link_plus( array(
    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,
    ‘loop’ => true,
    ‘max_length’ => 0,
    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Next page’,
    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,
    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’
    ) );?>
    [code]

    If you read through that documentation you’ll see what they all do, but in a nutshell…
    menu-order tells it how to order the link clicks, and by using PostMash I dragged them into the order I wanted, then this parameter tells it to link through in that order. Pretty cool, eh?
    Then the part you will like is the ex_cats for exclude categories. In this case I excluded 12 which is my home page slider. So in other words, in_same_cat says that (I THINK) if there is more than one post in any category, then show these links, and, only show posts via the links for posts in the same category.
    You can truncate the length of the link words…I have 0 for don’t truncate, show the whole title of the post in the link, but you could set it to say 20 characters or whatever.
    Loop true means when it gets to the last post in the category it cycles back to the first. Make this false if you want it not to go back to the first.

    This is as far as I’ve gotten with it. What I’m struggling with now is how to put the links further down on the page. The plug in author says you can just move the link block to whereever you want on the page but when I tried they stayed where they are now on my page. I suspect that’s because of the placement of the code on the single.php page after the header. I understood him to mean that on loop.php you could take the block:

    [code]
    <?php /* Posts navigation for single post pages, but not for Page post */ ?>
    <?php if ( is_single() && ! is_page() ) : ?>
    <div class=”post-nav clearfix”>
    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <?php do_action(‘graphene_post_nav’); ?>
    </div>
    <?php endif; ?>
    [code]

    and just move it down on the template to wherever you want it to appear, like after the title or after the body content. so far I’ve only been able to move it down to above the footer, but that isn’t want I want. I want it to be more inside the actual post so it’s more integral to the flow of say a ten page(actually post) article. I haven’t gotten that to work yet. But you may not care about that part.

    Also, you’ll find tons of other mods and customizations on that link.

    Anyone know how to get it in the body of the post? This is really a general template editing question not relevant to the plug in itself. I’ll start a new thread just on that topic as its not really relevant to this plug in.

    Good luck 🙂

    [code]

    get_header(); ?>

    then I pasted:

    <?php previous_post_link_plus( array(

    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,

    ‘loop’ => true,

    ‘max_length’ => 0,

    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Previous page’,

    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,

    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’

    ) );?> |

    <?php next_post_link_plus( array(

    ‘order_by’ => ‘menu_order’,

    ‘loop’ => true,

    ‘max_length’ => 0,

    ‘tooltip’ => ‘Next page’,

    ‘in_same_cat’ => true,

    ‘ex_cats’ => ’12’

    ) );?>

    If you read through that documentation you’ll see what they all do, but in a nutshell…
    menu-order tells it how to order the link clicks, and by using PostMash I dragged them into the order I wanted, then this parameter tells it to link through in that order. Pretty cool, eh?
    Then the part you will like is the ex_cats for exclude categories. In this case I excluded 12 which is my home page slider. So in other words, in_same_cat says that (I THINK) if there is more than one post in any category, then show these links, and, only show posts via the links for posts in the same category.
    You can truncate the length of the link words…I have 0 for don’t truncate, show the whole title of the post in the link, but you could set it to say 20 characters or whatever.
    Loop true means when it gets to the last post in the category it cycles back to the first. Make this false if you want it not to go back to the first.

    This is as far as I’ve gotten with it. What I’m struggling with now is how to put the links further down on the page. The plug in author says you can just move the link block to whereever you want on the page but when I tried they stayed where they are now on my page. I suspect that’s because of the placement of the code on the single.php page after the header. I understood him to mean that on loop.php you could take the block:

    [code]
    <?php /* Posts navigation for single post pages, but not for Page post */ ?>
    <?php if ( is_single() && ! is_page() ) : ?>
    <div class=”post-nav clearfix”>
    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <?php do_action(‘graphene_post_nav’); ?>
    </div>
    <?php endif; ?>
    [code]

    and just move it down on the template to wherever you want it to appear, like after the title or after the body content. so far I’ve only been able to move it down to above the footer, but that isn’t want I want. I want it to be more inside the actual post so it’s more integral to the flow of say a ten page(actually post) article. I haven’t gotten that to work yet. But you may not care about that part.

    Also, you’ll find tons of other mods and customizations on that link.

    Anyone know how to get it in the body of the post? This is really a general template editing question not relevant to the plug in itself. I’ll start a new thread just on that topic as its not really relevant to this plug in.

    Good luck 🙂

    [code]

    If you read through that documentation you’ll see what they all do, but in a nutshell…

    menu-order tells it how to order the link clicks, and by using PostMash I dragged them into the order I wanted, then this parameter tells it to link through in that order. Pretty cool, eh?

    Then the part you will like is the ex_cats for exclude categories. In this case I excluded 12 which is my home page slider. So in other words, in_same_cat says that (I THINK) if there is more than one post in any category, then show these links, and, only show posts via the links for posts in the same category.

    You can truncate the length of the link words…I have 0 for don’t truncate, show the whole title of the post in the link, but you could set it to say 20 characters or whatever.

    Loop true means when it gets to the last post in the category it cycles back to the first. Make this false if you want it not to go back to the first.

    This is as far as I’ve gotten with it. What I’m struggling with now is how to put the links further down on the page. The plug in author says you can just move the link block to whereever you want on the page but when I tried they stayed where they are now on my page. I suspect that’s because of the placement of the code on the single.php page after the header. I understood him to mean that on loop.php you could take the block:

    <?php /* Posts navigation for single post pages, but not for Page post */ ?>
    <?php if ( is_single() && ! is_page() ) : ?>
    <div class=”post-nav clearfix”>
    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>
    <?php do_action(‘graphene_post_nav’); ?>
    </div>
    <?php endif; ?>
    [code]

    and just move it down on the template to wherever you want it to appear, like after the title or after the body content. so far I’ve only been able to move it down to above the footer, but that isn’t want I want. I want it to be more inside the actual post so it’s more integral to the flow of say a ten page(actually post) article. I haven’t gotten that to work yet. But you may not care about that part.

    Also, you’ll find tons of other mods and customizations on that link.

    Anyone know how to get it in the body of the post? This is really a general template editing question not relevant to the plug in itself. I’ll start a new thread just on that topic as its not really relevant to this plug in.

    Good luck 🙂

    [code]

    <?php /* Posts navigation for single post pages, but not for Page post */ ?>

    <?php if ( is_single() && ! is_page() ) : ?>

    <div class=”post-nav clearfix”>

    <p id=”previous”><?php previous_post_link_plus(); ?></p>

    <p id=”next-post”><?php next_post_link_plus(); ?></p>

    <?php do_action(‘graphene_post_nav’); ?>

    </div>

    <?php endif; ?>

    and just move it down on the template to wherever you want it to appear, like after the title or after the body content. so far I’ve only been able to move it down to above the footer, but that isn’t want I want. I want it to be more inside the actual post so it’s more integral to the flow of say a ten page(actually post) article. I haven’t gotten that to work yet. But you may not care about that part.

    Also, you’ll find tons of other mods and customizations on that link.

    Anyone know how to get it in the body of the post? This is really a general template editing question not relevant to the plug in itself. I’ll start a new thread just on that topic as its not really relevant to this plug in.

    Good luck 🙂

    [code]

    and just move it down on the template to wherever you want it to appear, like after the title or after the body content. so far I’ve only been able to move it down to above the footer, but that isn’t want I want. I want it to be more inside the actual post so it’s more integral to the flow of say a ten page(actually post) article. I haven’t gotten that to work yet. But you may not care about that part.

    Also, you’ll find tons of other mods and customizations on that link.

    Anyone know how to get it in the body of the post? This is really a general template editing question not relevant to the plug in itself. I’ll start a new thread just on that topic as its not really relevant to this plug in.

    Good luck 🙂

    raindance

    #16493

    Oh sorry I forgot to post a link to my page so you can see what I’m doing:

    http://juicytravels.com/the-ten-best-first-class-airline-experiences-now/

    raindance

    #16494

    Also you might want to follow this thread now..

    They are saying I don’t have it set up the best way…

    https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/nextprevious-post-link-plus-ambrosite-plug-in-making-post-disappear?replies=5#post-7490

    bobsled

    #16495

    Still working in this Raindance. All works fine and categories have been removed from the navigation, but having trouble removing the original next/previous navigation. I’m no code monkey, so looking for an easy option. Is there a simple edit in loop.php to remove the original navigation element?

    raindance

    #16496

    Ya there is a way to do it and it turned out to be really easy but I don’t remember what it was now…if you look at the threads with my name you’ll find it, I mean just look at my posts and you’ll find it. I’ll take a look too.

    raindance

    #16497

    Found it…super simple, you will love it.

    Just put this in your css

    }

    #previous, #next-post {display: none;}

    Voila

    bobsled

    #16498

    Thanks!! On my way to give it a shot! 🙂

    bobsled

    #16499

    Thanks Raindance!!!!! It works a treat!! Now. If I could only centre it! 🙂

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