Dodgeling, did you every get this figured out?
sficht I just came across this plugin and looked at the support tickets as I tend to do before taking on anything to my server, and happened across this post because of the annoying title.
This post was started in a way that makes it deconstructive. It should be closed by mods and Dodgeling should open a new support ticket, which I will gladly help with. For anyone who comes across this and needs an answer, heres the best one I can provide:
- Look in your theme folder
- Find front-page.php (for your main blog roll)
- If that file does not exist, look for single.php (for single blog post pages)
- If neither exists, your using a poorly made theme
Look for this style of code:
<h1 class="panel-title"><h1><a href="<?php echo get_permalink(); ?>"><?php the_title(); ?></a></h1>
<?php the_content( '', FALSE , '' ); ?>
<a href="<?php echo get_permalink(); ?>"><button type="button" class="btn btn-info">Read More...</button></a>
<p class="text-left">Written on <?php echo get_the_date(); ?> by <?php the_author_link(); ?></p>
Note: this is a front-page I'm in the middle of writing for my site, yours may look differnt, but generally should have a <div> tag with WordPress' the_content() function in it.
- Find where in the code you want your pagination to go.
- If you need help, using Google Chrome find the area on your webpage, right click, and press Inspect Element, this will open developer mode on that area which may help you locate the exact location in the front-page.php file. F12 will open developer mode in all browsers if you don't use Chrome.
<?php wp_pagenavi(); ?> into whatever area of your theme you want it housed in (probably a <div> tag.)
NOTE: These instructions ONLY are useful if your current theme does not use pagination of any kind! If it DOES, then you need to follow the instructions on the installation page of this plugin's page.
I hope this helps at least 1 person.