Linchpin - PrevNextPage
[resolved] On my template the plugin not work (6 posts)

  1. checevo
    Posted 3 years ago #


    I need to divide a page too long on multiple pages.
    I understand that this plugin can do this.

    Io ho incollato shortcode: [next_page_link] Top of page...
    ...but not work

    thanks for the support!


  2. checevo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    no support?

    Ok... thanks!

  3. Aaron Ware
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hey @checevo! Sorry I didn't have a filter on the plugin to get notifications.

    Are you utlizing this shortcode within "The Content" or are you putting it directly into your page template?

  4. checevo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi Aaron,

    I have pasted shortcode directly into the page

  5. Aaron Ware
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hey @checevo. Need a bit more context. How are you pages structured/organized within the WordPress admin? It's hierarchy based. The plugin doesn't split up a VERY long page of content into multiple pages (if that's how I understand you are using it). It simply takes al the sibling pages and creates next and previous links to those sibling pages.

    Example (in the admin if you had your pages set in this structure)

    • My Section
      • My child page 1
      • My child page 2
      • My child page 3

    And let's say you are on Page 2. Your [next_page_link] Would link to page 3 and [previous_page_link] Would link to Page 1.

    Depending on settings you can have it crawl out to the parent pages as well (though not typical). Additionally it the shortcode can loop around

  6. checevo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hello, I solved the problem.

    I used the tag <! - Nextpage -> in the editor

    Thanks for support!

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