Gain more post views on your site as readers continue reading your posts scrolling down the page.
Auto Load Next Post Premium
There's an even better version of the plugin coming out soon with the following extra features:
- Custom Post Type Support
- Media Attachments Support
- Over-writable Template for Pages
- More popular themes supported
- Priority Email Support
- and many more features to follow.
Simple add this to your functions.php file.
Then setup the selectors for your theme in the settings page.
Settings > Auto Load Next Post.
No. This was put in place to support themes that have coded their template files differently from WordPress standard code.
Simply create a new folder in your theme like so: your-theme/auto-load-next-post/ and copy the template file content-partial.php into that new folder. Modify it to match your theme and from now on the plugin will load that template file instead.
It has been brought to my attention that this is no longer the case with the recent updates made in JetPack. I am looking into a new solution so look out for it on the feature roadmap.
If you created your own content-partial.php file, you may have placed the post navigation outside of the post query. You need to place it inside the loop. If that is not the case then you have not included the content of the post correctly.
No it does not, but this will be available in the premium version. However this will only work with themes that have been tested and approved.
You may need to copy and modify the template file content-partial.php in order to support your theme. Not all themes are coded the same way so some alterations will be needed. If you need help with this then create a support ticket and I will do my best to help you.
Well, WordPress loads posts in descending order by default so the next post is the previous post and a user reads content going down not up so it loads the next post, not previous.
You first need to have Google Analytics added to your site. Either by inserting the analytics into your theme yourself or by using the Google Analytics plugin by MonsterInsights.
It does. Just make sure that you activate the plugin on the site you want it used on and then make sure the selectors match the theme the site is using.
Requires: 4.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 3 weeks ago
Active Installs: 500+
3 of 4 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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