I want to test pagination tags rel=”next” and rel=”prev”.
That is… I want to split a lengthy blog post into multiple pages/posts and then want to use pagination tags rel=”next” and rel=”prev” to connect those pages.
It basically means that I want to add codes like
<link rel='prev' href='http://site.com/how-to-make-money-index/' /> <link rel='next' href='http://site.com/how-to-make-money-part-2/' />
…within <head> </head> of individual blog posts.
I asked this question on few forums but nothing helped… but then I tried the SCRIPTS feature (attached screenshot) of Genesis and it actually worked though it’s meant for code tracking and all.
So can anyone confirm whether there are any alternative or can I use the SCRIPTS feature of Genesis in pages and posts?
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