I have the code that I added using simple hooks to the space for after post content:
<div class="navigation"> <div class="alignleft"> <?php previous_post('« « %', 'Toward The Past: ', 'yes'); ?> </div> <div class="alignright"> <?php next_post('% » » ', 'Toward The Future: ', 'yes'); ?> </div> </div> <center><img src="http://karenard.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/flowerdivider3.jpg"></center>
it did what I wanted it to do, but it also added it to the home page. Is there a way to turn it off on all pages except single post pages?
No need to use that code.
Simply add this to your functions file
add_action( 'genesis_entry_footer', 'genesis_prev_next_post_nav' );
Only works on HTML 5 themes
i don’t think prose is an HTML 5 theme though – I tried adding this but nothing happened.
Yeah, Only works on HTML 5.
thanks! That worked perfectly.
Is there a way to center this, or have the right side one aligned right? It doesn’t look quite right:
I just added this code and it works, but not sure how to edit it to make it larger. Also looking to add my long grey separator line below the tags and categories, to allow for the next/prev posts. Any ideas?
And when I add //* Customize ….. (filled in some stuff here) my entire site went blank and can’t even load it or the admin panel…
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