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[resolved] Need help with pagination (5 posts)

  1. AJNetwork
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hey guys I'm AJ and I've been reading and getting answers from here for a couple years but this is my first time signing up to ask my own question.

    I'm using the theme pinblue on my site AJ Network and I want the pagination to keep adding the little squares with the numbers instead of limiting it when it gets to 10 and bringing in the "next" button I don't even want it to have that button, the idea is if I keep up the hard work, a year from now there will be 50 pages and a button for each and every page and I dont care if it takes the whole screen width and makes new rows cause thats how im gonna want it to look.

    I took a peak at the pagination settings in functions.php but this is not my strong suit. the code is like chinese to me but ive brought it to where it is now with good old html, javascript, css, addthis, plugins, and graphic design.

    I'm sure some of you could tell me how to fix this in 2 seconds so if you can tell me how and don't leave me to fill in too many blanks I would immensely appreciate it!

    thanks,
    -AJ

  2. Pioneer Valley Web Design
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    My best thought is an improper integration of an excellent plugin: WP-Pagenavi....review with theme dev.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-pagenavi/

  3. AJNetwork
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    ok seacoast im gonna mess with it a bit and see what i can come up with, but if I have to start all over from scratch with it, it might be easier to just figure out how to successfully use the snippet 'show all' => "True" I just don't know where to put it and how to use the array $args properly.

  4. AJNetwork
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    oh wow this is pretty straight forward so far, I just have to replace:

    <?php if (function_exists("pinblue_pagination")) {
    pinblue_pagination();
    } elseif (function_exists("pinblue_content_nav")) {
    pinblue_content_nav( 'nav-below' );
    }?>

    with:

    <?php wp_pagenavi(); ?>

    then mess around with CSS.

  5. AJNetwork
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I did it very easily without having to touch functions, thanks seacoast what an awesome plugin, I uploaded the one called wp-navi style to to easily change the css but i liked how i had it so just migrated the css to the pagenavi-css.css in the plugin folder.

    It looks exactly how I pictured it in my mind!
    http://s24.postimage.org/drmfpfto5/newnavi.gif

    resolved :)

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