the problem is, that your plugin calls itself to modify the post content. it just extends the post with its own content. your theme prints the modified content and after wards places the pagination beyond it.
to change it find the line in your plugin code that looks like this add_filter('the_content', 'ANY_FUNCTION');
and comment it out (place two slashes in front of it): //add_filter('the_content', 'ANY_FUNCTION');
now go to your theme and find the line that calls the pagination, it may look like this: wp_link_pages( ... );
here you can call your plugin function: wp_link_pages( ... ); if (function_exists ("ANY_FUNCTION")) echo ANY_FUNCTION("");
that does the trick, now your related posts are beyond the pagination 😉
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