I have a list of links in my sidebar which are all child links of a single category.
The way it is now, when you click on one of the child links and end up on a single-post page, using the “next/previous” links takes the user to the next post in the *category*, which is not necessarily the next “child” of that category.
Is there some way to set it up so that the “next/previous” links stay within the child category?
(www.calyxdesign.com/portfolio is where I’m trying to make this happen.)
Maybe something needs to be changed in wp-includes/link-template.php?
Nothing I’ve tried does anything, though.
I’m also having a strange issue with listed subcategory posts in the sidebar. To begin with, all subcategory post titles are listed – but when you get so far down the list, the remaining title links disappear, and the only thing you can do is click on the next-post link which takes you to the first post in the next subcategory.
I’m guessing this could be something to do with the date stamps, or the post count… but I don’t know.
Here’s what I have in the sidebar section that lists the subcategory titles:
I also would like to know how to do this. Currently, I am running ComicPress, so all of my comics are under the Comic category. However, I have subcatagories for the comics and would like to have Previous / Next links that take the reader from the previous comic in the category to the next, skipping any in between that are not in the same sub category.