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I use Post Pagination to Split WordPress Posts into Multiple page, but by default it will be placed at the bottom of the post, now I want it to also available at top, ideally after Post Meta.
Can you please suggest a way to do it?
Thanks for your advice.
Thank you for looking into this.
The site is NSFW so it may make you feel uneasy but I will try to explain more, hope you can help.
I use Page-Links split a single post up into different web pages by typing <!--nextpage--> in post.
By default, the Page-Links located at bottom of the post, mean that visitors need to scroll down to move to a different.
now I want it to also available at top. Under post meta info would be perfect.
Thank you for your advice.
If you want to send me the link, you can do so by checking the box to make your reply private - that way it will only be visible to you, me, and the other forum moderators. Unfortunately, without being able to view the CSS selectors, I have no idea how the pagination links could be moved.
Use one of this snippets and change the hook to something like the genesis_entry_header with a low priority as the 3rd parameter.
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