Support » Plugin: WP-PageNavi » WP-PageNavi with Comicpress

  • I’ve been trying to figure out how to relocate, customize or eliminate the text links “< Prev” and “Next >” that show up at the top of my blog with my WordPress theme, Comicpress. I noticed a doc called, “wp-pagenavi.php” in my Comicpress theme directory and learned about this plugin from there, so it seems that the author of the theme used the plugin in some way. I went ahead and installed the WP-PageNavi plugin, hoping it would give me more control over the pagination links. But I have not been able to get my theme to utilize the plugin, yet. I found the following code in the pagination.php doc:

    		<div id="pagenav">
    
    		<div class="pagenav-right"><?php previous_posts_link(__( 'Newer Entries &uarr;', 'comicpress' )) ?></div>
    
    		<div class="pagenav-left"><?php next_posts_link(__( '&darr; Previous Entries', 'comicpress' )) ?></div>
    
    		<div class="clear"></div>
    
    		</div>

    But although I replaced the middle two lines with

    <?php wp_pagenavi(); ?>

    I still have not been able to effect the text navigation. Any help would be very appreciated.

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  • I located the same code quoted above in another php file in the “functions” folder. Replacing that seemed to do the trick. I’m not interested in “page x of x” or “First” and “Last” so I removed the text from those fields, but “<<” and “>>” are not showing up, either. I have it set to “Always show page navigation” so I’m not sure why. Any advise?

    In a perfect world I was hoping to replace the navigation links with graphic icons and relocate them to the bottom of the post, as well, but I’d be happy just to move it down. Is that something this plugin can do?

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