Okay, well i already had the Custom String Query plugin installed, but that doesn't seem to be able to address the problem i'm having. Maybe it can, and hopefully you can help me configure this correctly. I have my posts appear one at a time (as a photoblog), most recent on the main page. What i would like to do, is reverse the order in which the navigation appears. When looking at the code
<p><?php posts_nav_link(' or ', 'next page', 'previous page'); ?>.</p>
it seems logical that it is calling some kind of php "posts_nav_link" and i would assume, that by reversing the two terms, i could have previous appear first, and next appear second (reading left to right). however, when i swap them, all that happens, is to swap the meaning, and next means previous and previous means next. It seems that within this "posts_nav_link" line, its ingrained that "next" comes before "previous"
Ultimately What i want to do, is that when the two lines of navigation appear on screen together, for "Previous" to be on the left, and "Next" to be on the right.
It seems counter intuitive for it to be the way that it is by default, but I fail to see any settings that make it that way.