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  • #22257
    Krzysztof

    I don’t like navigations in GeneratePress – they are shown only “next” and “previous” link. I want to have something like is in WP-PageNavi but I can’t use it without changing code in GeneratePress files 🙁 Please give us possibility to change navigation look like.

    #22270
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Ha – I actually included this functionality in the next version.

    The look you’re wanting will become the new default.

    However, if anyone wants the old style, they can turn them back on with some simple CSS.

    So – next update and you’ll have the pagination you’re looking for 🙂

    Thanks!

    #22271
    Krzysztof

    You are amazing 🙂

    #32648
    Paul Vitale

    Tom, i just got the new update but i don’t see anything new about page pagination.
    Pagnavi plugin works but i can’t find the code to delete the original “previous/next” code.
    If i could just radically enlarge the original code via Custom CSS plugin that would be great. Please help!

    Great theme btw.

    #32943
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Paul,

    I introduced new pagination in the last version – so you shouldn’t see any “previous/next” links anymore.

    If you’d like to add these back, I can provide some CSS, but if you’re looking for numbered pagination, it should already be there.

    Let me know 🙂

    #136038
    Sha

    Hi Tom,

    How can i go back to the old school pagination?
    Showing just previous/next posts pagination links.

    Regards

    #136048
    Sha

    Hi Tom,

    was able to get the older posts/newer posts links to show.
    now, how can i remove the page numbers totally from the page (not using css to hide)

    Regards
    Sha

    #136059
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    There’s really no reason not to just use CSS to hide it.

    However, you could try a function like this: https://gist.github.com/generatepress/e1e1b94df4795b31062a

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