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[resolved] Help with plugin (7 posts)

  1. makta112
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello

    I've uploaded a plugin to my site called "PBD AJAX Load Posts".

    It's a nice plugin that adds a button at the bottom of your blog that load older posts when clicked.

    But there seems to be an error with it on my site: http://www.geimaku.com/

    When you click the button a few times, the bottom border disappear from the posts.

    Please try it here and see what I mean.

    Thanks.

  2. makta112
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi. Please ignore the above post. I'm removing the plugin. But here's the "new" issue:

    I'm trying to do so that the links that say "Newer posts" and "Older posts" in my blog appear.

    I thought I hid them some time ago with CSS but I can't any line of code that hide them.

    How can I make them appear?

    My site: http://www.geimaku.com/

  3. That's a theme question. However in your source code, I see this.

    <nav id="nav-single">
    						<h3 class="assistive-text">Post navigation</h3>
    						<span class="nav-previous"><a href="http://www.geimaku.com/21/06/2012/new-resident-evil-6-screenshots-and-trailer/" rel="prev"><span class="meta-nav">&larr;</span> Previous</a></span>
    						<span class="nav-next"></span>
    					</nav><!-- #nav-single -->

    And I see that you did this:

    #nav-single {
    display: none;
    }

    Get rid of the CSS code :)

  4. makta112
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi

    That line of CSS only hides the links inside blog posts.

    Not from the front-page. That's where I want them to appear :)

  5. Same basic concept.

    You can do it two ways.

    1) Search your CSS for all instances of display:none (one will stand out, probably nav-above)

    2) Search your page source for the word 'Previous' and see what comes up. :)

  6. makta112
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Ok, thanks. I'll try that.

  7. makta112
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    It was #nav-below

    Thanks :)

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