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pagiMore

Description

Adds pagination to your WordPress blog. If pagination don’t fit into the container, a slider will be added. When hovering over the page numbers, the date from the first post on that page will be displayed.

Based on Lester Chan’s ( http://lesterchan.net/wordpress/readme/wp-pagenavi.html ) paginav.

Tested and works in IE6, IE7, IE8, Safari+Chrome, FireFox, Opera (no dates there) & Camino.

Usage

Put this code on the page where you want to use the pagination (for example in index.php in your theme):

Put this in your JavaScript file (and don’t forget to include it):

jQuery(document).ready(function(){
jQuery(‘#yourPaginationDiv’).pagiMore({
animate: true, //true for fancy animation in the slider
showDates: true //true displays the date from the first post on that page
});
});

Make sure that

is in your header. Put your own JavaScript file after the wp_head function.

Make your own style by editing the stylesheet pagiMore.css included in the wp-pagiMore folder.

Screenshots

  • pagiMore without slider (pages are fitting in container)
  • pagiMore with slider (pages doesn't fit in container)
  • Settings panel

Installation

  1. Put pagiMore in the wp-content/plugins folder.
  2. Activate the plugin in the admin page.

Contributors & Developers

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