Working with Outreach Pro, rebuilding an "html heavy" website. Some articles spread over 12 pages or more. I'd like to be able to show the pagination earlier than at the very bottom of the page. Is there a way I could move the bottom pagination higher? Right now it's sitting at the bottom of the page after "Filed under: etc."
Are there other pagination styles for Outreach Pro, like "previous" and "next" on both sides of the page?
Also, is there are a lot of footnotes, is there a way to create a text widget to sit at the bottom of the pages, with URLs for each footnote that will lead to the bottom? Each page would have different footnotes of course, so it can't be one widget fits all. I'm not even sure if I describe this properly.
Custom fields are the way to go if you want a widget style on different posts/pages for unique content.
You can use the native meta box already included in WordPress to add the content, use a plugin like ACF or hand code a 2nd editor for the CF content.
Pagination, you can re-position it or add your own custom code for it.
Here's the updated post on pagination http://wpsites.net/web-design/different-ways-to-add-post-navigation-pagination-in-genesis/
And here's all the parameters you can add or modify in the code if you add the custom links rather than the built in ones http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/previous_post_link
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