December 9, 2010

Custom Pagination without WordPress Plugins

On day 9 of our Advents Calendar we show a custom pagination function which allows a user to insert custom next, previous or numbered page links into a post. Use the follow code for an custom plugin or insert the function in your theme, inside the functions.php. Please see the second code-area for an example …

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