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If a Post is Page Function

  • Is there a code I can use to tell WP that if a post is paged, then show this, but if it isn’t then show that?

    I’ve seen someone mention is_paged() in another thread, but I had no idea how to use it, and couldn’t find any other mention of it. 🙁

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  • You’ll find is_paged() mentioned at the Conditional_Tags page.

    “is_paged” is NOT about ONE post being paged (like with the

    <!--nextpage-->

    tag) – it is about your index or archives when you have more posts than the number set for reading, and the next/prev posts link is present.

    Thanks for that. It says “This does not refer to a Post or Page whose content has been divided into pages using the <!–nextpage–> QuickTag.”

    That’s what I meant. My post has been split up using <!–nextpage–>

    Is there a function I can use to tell WP if this has happened?

    Is there a function I can use to tell WP if this has happened?

    Not that I know of, although that doesn’t mean anything since I am a code illiterate… 🙂

    lol – Okay – Thanks 🙂

    and apologies, I’m struggling with reading for context. :-p

    lol – You’re apologising for trying to help? Thanks anyway. 😛

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