Numbered pagination links options

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Content" > "Post Footer"

Post pagination links are shown near the bottom of page-types that show multiple blog posts when there are more posts to display than fit on the page. They allow your site’s users to access pages of posts older or newer than the page they are currently viewing.

This option area allows you to customize your numbered post pagination links, which is one of the two styles of pagination links. There are three customization options, the previous page link text, the next page link text, and the maximum number of numbered links to show.

Previous page link text

Whenever there is at least one page of posts older than the ones on the current page, a “previous posts” page link will be shown on the far left side of the paginated links, in addition to the numbered links. You can customize the text of this link in the first option area.

2. Max number of number links

The second option area allows you to set the maximum number of numbered links shown. This is handy when you have many, many pages of posts, and don’t want to show numbered links to each and every page. ProPhoto will show only a certain number of links, allowing users to navigate to first, last, and nearby pages with ease while not cluttering your page with dozens of links. The maximum number option is constrained to multiples of three because if there are many posts, there needs to be a balance of first, middle, and last post pages links.

when the max number of links is smaller than the total pages, ProPhoto inserts ellipsis where links are skipped

3. Next page link text

Whenever there is at least one page of posts newer than the ones on the current page, a “next posts” page link will be shown on the far right side of the paginated links, in addition to the numbered links. You can customize the text of this link in the third option area.


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Content" > "Post Footer"

Post pagination links are shown near the bottom of page-types that show multiple blog posts when there are more posts to display than fit on the page. They allow your site’s users to access pages of posts older or newer than the page they are currently viewing.

This option area allows you to customize your numbered post pagination links, which is one of the two styles of pagination links. There are three customization options, the previous page link text, the next page link text, and the maximum number of numbered links to show.

Previous page link text

Whenever there is at least one page of posts older than the ones on the current page, a “previous posts” page link will be shown on the far left side of the paginated links, in addition to the numbered links. You can customize the text of this link in the first option area.

2. Max number of number links

The second option area allows you to set the maximum number of numbered links shown. This is handy when you have many, many pages of posts, and don’t want to show numbered links to each and every page. ProPhoto will show only a certain number of links, allowing users to navigate to first, last, and nearby pages with ease while not cluttering your page with dozens of links. The maximum number option is constrained to multiples of three because if there are many posts, there needs to be a balance of first, middle, and last post pages links.

when the max number of links is smaller than the total pages, ProPhoto inserts ellipsis where links are skipped

3. Next page link text

Whenever there is at least one page of posts newer than the ones on the current page, a “next posts” page link will be shown on the far right side of the paginated links, in addition to the numbered links. You can customize the text of this link in the third option area.


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