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- Methods for displaying pagination links
Pagination allows your user to page back and forth through multiple pages of content.
WordPress can use pagination when:
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- Viewing lists of posts when more posts exist than can fit on one page, or
- Breaking up longer posts by manually by using the following tag.
Using Pagination to Navigate Post Lists Using Pagination to Navigate Post Lists
The most common use for pagination in WordPress sites is to break up long lists of posts into separate pages. Whether you’re viewing a category, archive, or default index page for a blog or site, WordPress only shows 10 posts per page by default. Users can change the number of posts that appear on each page on the Reading screen: Admin > Settings > Reading.
Loop with Pagination Loop with Pagination
This simplified example shows where you can add pagination functions for the main loop. Add the functions just before or after the loop.
Methods for displaying pagination links Methods for displaying pagination links
Note: When using any of these pagination functions outside the template file with the loop that is being paginated, you must call the global variable $wp_query.
WordPress has numerous functions for displaying links to other pages in your loop. Some of these functions are only used in very specific contexts. You would use a different function on a single post page then you would on a archive page. The following section covers archive template pagination functions. The section after that cover single post pagination.
Simple Pagination Simple Pagination
One of the simplest methods is posts_nav_link(). Simply place the function in your template after your loop. This generates both links to the next page of posts and previous page of posts where applicable. This function is ideal for themes that have simple pagination requirements.
next_posts_link & prev_posts_link
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When building a theme, use next_posts_link() and prev_posts_link(). to have control over where the previous and next posts page link appears.
If you need to pass the pagination links to a PHP variable, you can use get_next_posts_link() and get_previous_posts_link().
Numerical Pagination Numerical Pagination
When you have many pages of content it is a better experience to display a list of page numbers so the user can click on any one of the page links rather then having to repeatedly click next or previous posts. WordPress provides several functions for automatically displaying a numerical pagination list.
For WordPress 4.1+
If you want more robust pagination options, you can use the_posts_pagination() for WordPress 4.1 and higher. This will output a set of page numbers with links to previous and next pages of posts.
For WordPress prior to 4.1
If you want your pagination to support older versions of WordPress, you must use paginate_links().
Pagination Between Single Posts Pagination Between Single Posts
All of the previous functions should be used on index and archive pages. When you are viewing a single blog post, you must use prev_post_link and next_post_link. Place the following functions below the loop on your single.php.
Pagination within a post Pagination within a post
WordPress gives you a tag that can be placed in post content to enable pagination for that post.
If you use that tag in the content, you need to ensure that the wp_link_pages function is placed in your single.php template within the loop.
Quickly and easily rollback any theme or plugin from WordPress.org to any previous (or newer) version without any of the manual fuss. Works just like the plugin updater, except you’re rolling back (or forward) to a specific version. No need for manually downloading and FTPing the files or learning Subversion. This plugin takes care of the trouble for you.
Rollback WordPress.org Plugins and Themes
While it’s considered best practice to always keep your WordPress plugins and themes updated, we understand there are times you may need to quickly revert to a previous version. This plugin makes that process as easy as a few mouse clicks. Simply select the version of the plugin or theme that you’d like to rollback to, confirm, and in a few moments you’ll be using the version requested. No more fumbling to find the version, downloading, unzipping, FTPing, learning Subversion or hair pulling.
Muy Importante (Very Important): Always Test and Backup
Important Disclaimer: This plugin is not intended to be used without first taking the proper precautions to ensure zero data loss or site downtime. Always be sure you have first tested the rollback on a staging or development site prior to using WP Rollback on a live site.
We provide no (zero) assurances, guarantees, or warranties that the plugin, theme, or WordPress version you are downgrading to will work as you expect. Use this plugin at your own risk.
Do you speak another language? Want to contribute in a meaninful way to WP Rollback? There’s no better way than to help us translate the plugin. This plugin is translation ready. Simply use the wp-rollback.pot file and your favorite translation tool. Once finished, please reach out to us on the WordPress.org forums or better yet, submit a pull request on the Github Repo.
Support and Documentation
We answer all support requests on the WordPress.org support forum.
WP Rollback was created to be as intuitive to the natural WordPress experience as possible. There are is no dedicated setting page or option panels. We believe that once you activate WP Rollback, you’ll quickly discover exactly how it works without question.
We do have documentation on the plugin Github Wiki.
- WordPress 4.8 or greater
- PHP version 5.3 or greater
- MySQL version 5.0 or greater
Automatic installation is the easiest option as WordPress handles the file transfers itself and you don’t need to leave your web browser. To do an automatic install of WP Rollback, log in to your WordPress dashboard, navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New.
In the search field type “WP Rollback” and click Search Plugins. Once you have found the plugin you can view details about it such as the the point release, rating and description. Most importantly of course, you can install it by simply clicking “Install Now”.
The manual installation method involves downloading our donation plugin and uploading it to your server via your favorite FTP application. The WordPress codex contains instructions on how to do this here.
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Automatic updates should work like a charm; as always though, ensure you backup your site just in case.
Is this plugin safe to use?
Short answer = Yes. Longer answer = It depends on how you use it.
WP Rollback is completely safe because all it does is take publicly available versions of the plugins you already have on your site and install the version that you designate. There is no other kinds of trickery or fancy offsite calls or anything. BUT!!!
Safety largely depends on you. The WordPress website admin. We absolutely do NOT recommend rolling back any plugins or themes on a live site. Test the rollback locally first, have backups, use all the best practice tools available to you. This is intended to make rolling back easier, that’s all.
Why isn’t there a rollback button next to X plugin or theme?
WP Rollback only works with plugins or themes installed from the WordPress Repository. If you don’t see the rollback link, then most likely that plugin or theme is not found on WordPress.org. This plugin does not support plugins from Github, ThemeForest, or other sources other than the WordPress.org Repo.
I rolled my [insert plugin name] back to version X.X and now my site is broken. This is your fault.
Nope. We warned you in bold print several times in many places. And our plugin delivered exactly what it said it would do. May the Gods of the internet pity your broken site’s soul.
Where is the complete documentation located?
The documentation for this plugin is located on our Github Wiki. This is where we make regular updates.
Can this plugin be translated?
Yes! All strings are internationalized and ready to be translated. Simply use the languages/wp-rollback.pot file and your favorite translation tool. Once finished, please reach out to us on the WordPress.org forums or better yet, submit a pull request on the Github Repo.