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2/18/18
Original Poster
btransatlantic

links to older/newer posts at the bottom of a post in Soho?

I switched from the Simple template to the Soho template. Is there a way to add buttons at the bottom of posts directing readers to the previous or next posts, like Simple had? Thanks!
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irsah
2/18/18
irsah
Hi...


If you know well your way around your Blog Theme > Edit HTML you can try below. If it is too complicated for you, ask a developer friend for further assistance.

Backup your current theme to your computer using the Backup/Restore button before you proceed.

  • At Theme > Edit HTML
  • click Jump to Widget
  • select Blog1 widget
  • expand  <b:includable id='main'>...</b:includable> by clicking the small black triangle
  • find below..

               .... {{ codes }} ...
              <b:include name='super.main'/>
            </b:with>
          </b:with>

Then add highlighted green like so..

               .... {{ codes }} ...
              <b:include name='super.main'/>
            </b:with>
          </b:with>
          <b:if cond='data:view.isPost'>
          <b:include name='postPagination'/>
          </b:if>

click Save Theme


Add the CSS to style your Next Prev links.

Go to Theme > Customize > Advanced > Add CSS > Add below...


.blog-pager .blog-pager-newer-link,
.blog-pager .blog-pager-older-link, 
.blog-pager .home-link {
  display: inline-block;
}

.blog-pager .blog-pager-newer-link {
  float: left;
}

.blog-pager .blog-pager-older-link {
  float:right;
}
 
.blog-pager {
  text-align:center;
  overflow:hidden;
}


click Apply to Blog.


For further customization use 3rd party help website like stackoverflow.com or Blogger Developer Group where experts there can further assist you. The above should start your conversations there.

Use at your own risk. Blogger Help Forum does not support custom coding due to possible future complications.


Regards
+irsah
2/18/18
Original Poster
btransatlantic
worked perfectly, thank you!
irsah
2/18/18
irsah
Glad it worked out for you!. You should see the final results like so...



Regards
+irsah
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