By default, Genesis displays the page links after the content when using the next page tag in the WordPress editor.
Here’s what the page links look like on a single post:
And here’s the nextpage tag added in the editor in the Edit Post screen:
And here’s what the PHP code in this post enables you to do:
And here’s the code you simply copy from the view raw link and paste at the end of your child themes functions.php file using a code editor.
Thanks, Brad. I did this on my site and it works a treat! Now I’d like to relocate this output down to the end of the first section of the multi-page post to make it more obvious for my readers. Can I leverage hook priority to ensure that the output of “next page” precedes output from any other plugin, or is just simpler to order the plugins’ output directly in the template (via each plugin’s own tag)?
Brad Dalton says
You could try the genesis_entry_footer hook with a priority of 1 but i don’t think it will hook in before any plugin which uses the_content filter so you may need to re-position the plugins output which is fairly easy if it includes a template tag.
If the plugin generates a tag, you could add it in a template or use any genesis hook, even the genesis_entry_footer hook with a lower priority.