Support » Plugin: Custom Content Type Manager » [Plugin: Custom Content Type Manager] Pagination

  • I’m not sure if this should be posted here or in the Summarize Posts plugin area, but I’m having trouble with pagination.

    Here’s my short code:
    [summarize_posts post_type="showroom" motor_type="Gas" paginate="true" limit="5" orderby="price" order="Desc"]

    What I get at the bottom of the page is:

    1 2 3 Next โ€บ Last ยป
    Page 1 of 3

    But none of that text is linked, it’s just text.

    The HTML shows this:

    <span class="post_selector_pagination_active_page">1</span>
    <span class="linklike" onclick="javascript:change_page(2);" title="2">2</span>
    <span class="linklike" onclick="javascript:change_page(3);" title="3">3</span>
    <span class="linklike" onclick="javascript:change_page(2);">Next โ€บ</span>
    <span class="linklike" onclick="javascript:change_page(3);">Last ยป</span>

    Have I missed flipping a switch somewhere?
    Here’s the page:
    http://prairielandgolfcars.com/showroom/gas-cars/

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/custom-content-type-manager/

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  • Plugin Contributor fireproofsocks

    (@fireproofsocks)

    I’m making this into a ticket: http://code.google.com/p/wordpress-custom-content-type-manager/issues/detail?id=407

    It’s mostly an issue of documentation, but I need to make the standard use-case (like your example) more accessible.

    Hi, just wondering how the pagination is going?

    I love this plugin… ๐Ÿ™‚

    Plugin Contributor fireproofsocks

    (@fireproofsocks)

    Glad you like it ๐Ÿ™‚ I hope it’s useful. I’ve been working on CodeIgniter, MODX, and Python projects, so I haven’t looked at cleaning up or documenting the CCTM pagination. I have a paying gig that will require some updates to the dropdown fields and support MySQL queries, but unfortunately pagination isn’t on the immediate radar. I always sound like a jerk when I say this, but the paying gigs are what drive the development of this.

    Oh no, I get it completely. This project is a proof of concept for me, and I can’t charge for it either because it’s not, “fully functional” according to what they want. The short code queries work so well, we get tons of results ๐Ÿ™‚

    Just want to point out, that you might want to clarify the information in the repository listing as it says in the changelog:

    Fixed pagination issue with Relation thickboxes.

    That would lead one to think that it pagination works.

    Also on the “Summarize Posts” plugin, which you say is already included with this plugin, ” the ability to paginate results. “

    This is why I thought it was included in the plugin as is.

    I understand that it’s a work in progress and I look forward to the evolution ๐Ÿ™‚

    Plugin Contributor fireproofsocks

    (@fireproofsocks)

    Totally fair point… the pagination stuff is in there (that’s what drives the pagination of the thickboxes, per that ticket), but really what’s required is some documentation/stream-lining to make that functionality simple to use for the masses.

    Any time frame on pagination of results? If I know there’s a fix coming soon, I can adjust my own timelines.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Contributor fireproofsocks

    (@fireproofsocks)

    I can’t estimate the time frame, sorry. I develop features when I have a paying project that demands them.

    I’d be willing to pay for a pro version of this plug in.

    Plugin Contributor fireproofsocks

    (@fireproofsocks)

    There have been many discussions on how to draw the line between free and pro, but right now it’s all free, but development can be slow. Some users have hired me to build specific features — I’m still pretty booked for the next few weeks, but I think the implementation and documentation of the pagination features is fairly straightforward,. You can contact me via http://fireproofsocks.com/contact

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