Please don’t get mad at me for this question. I really did search the forums before I posted this question…
I have a blog about my fight with breast cancer at http://www.fighting-breast-cancer.com
All last year, I was at the Mayo Clinic for Stage IV breast cancer. While I was there, I kept a journal- but I never thought about blogging until now.
So… I am blogging right now, but I want my posts to go in ascending order. I am blogging as if I was writing last year. If I go in DESC order, it will just look like I haven’t made a post since March of 2005. If you visit the site (again http://www.fighting-breast-cancer.com), you will find that I am using old dates. I am basically writing from my journal pages.
Here is the problem:
I figured out how to make my posts appear in ascending order by reading the forums:
However, if you visit my page…you will see that the bottom of the page only allows for “previous” entries and there are no “previous” entries. The only option on the main page should be “next” and after that…”previous” and “next” would both work.
Right now, you can’t get to my sixth ascending entry.
The code in my template looks like this:
<div class=”alignleft”><?php posts_nav_link(”,”,’« Previous Entries’) ?></div>
<div class=”alignright”><?php posts_nav_link(”,’Next Entries »’,”) ?></div>
So anyone have any idea why “previous” is showing up but not “next”. I can see it in the code… I guess the page doesn’t know I am using ASC entries?
Thank you very much in advance. I would really appreciate any help I can get.
(and I have donated to WordPress!)
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