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  • #781652

    How do I move the next and previous links at the bottom of the posts rather than on the side of the posts?

    Also, how do I theme the links?

    #781874

    Hey cvan,

    Could you post a link to the site in question so that we can take a closer look please? Also, I’m not sure what you mean by this?

    how do I theme the links?

    Best regards,
    Rikard

    #782459

    Well you should know your theme better. Currently, the next and previous links are rendered on the sides of the pages. When I hover over them I see the title and the featured picture. But I want to move both of them under the post right above the comments section.

    Also, by “theme” (which I thought is pretty common term with wordpress) what I mean is how do I change the way it is rendered on the page? e.g. right now it shows the title as link along with the featured picture. Let’s say I don’t want the picture to be rendered (without all the css hacking). How do I do that? Is there any filter that I can use?

    #782647

    Hi,

    May you provide us your website link? This way is easier to solve your question.

    Best regards,
    John Torvik

    #782659

    Sure. It’s in the private content.

    #783927

    Hi cvan,

    The next and previous links are actually fixed in the browser window so that it’s there even when you scroll down. If you want, you can add your own previous and next buttons in your post and remove the buttons we have in the theme by following the instructions in this thread: https://kriesi.at/support/topic/how-to-customize-previous-and-next-button-in-post/

    For customizing the nagivation, we recommend using Quick CSS if you can. For your example, you can use this code: .avia-post-nav .entry-image {display:none!important;}

    Best regards,
    Sarah

    #783959

    thank you, I will check the link out.

    And I am more than capable to write code to change content. I really hate using css change / hide content. So, if there are alternative to css through filters and actions then let me know.

    #783976

    Great. Let us know if you need additional help.

    Cheers!
    Sarah

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