Hello all! First of all I’d like to point out that I have little to no knowledge on php, jquery, java, etc. Sadly, I’m a lowly designer :C
Now, I been trying to find answers on the web and I figure this solution is rather simple, but I cannot find a simple enough answer to help me (if that makes sense).
I’m trying to get the Page Navi to work, and I have the most common known issue of all my pages display the same as page “1”, I followd the link that GaMerZ provided, but still nothing.
This is how my “blog.php” looks like:
<?php WpMvc::app()->view->render('header');?> <div class="blogcontainer"> <?php WpMvc::app()->view->render('loop',array('thePosts'=>$thePosts));?> </div> <div id="widgetwrapper"> <?php dynamic_sidebar('ContentRight');?> </div> <div id="wp-pagenavi-bar"> <?php wp_pagenavi(); ?> </div> <?php WpMvc::app()->view->render('footer');?>
Now I know there’s supposed to be a jQuery like code before the page navi to tell it what it should do, but again… I know nothing of this.
My web developer has been MIA so I have to do this myself. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you for your time!
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