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fromtheranks May 30, 2009 06:14 PM

Splitting Blog Pages --> 1,2,3 ...
 
I've been trying to figure out how to split my pages without having to manually split them and create multiple pages or sub-pages ... Some of my posts, being of a technical nature, are going to be "kind of long" and hand-crafting them each time would be a major pain.

I've seen it done, the end result, on various blog sites, I just haven't been able to figure out how to do it in Wordpress (I searched the forums there) or within Atahualpa (ditto on the forums). It might be because I'm asking the "search engine" the wrong question, but variations haven't helped.

I did find a link to a possible solution via Google by searching on "splitting blog pages" that makes sense -- http://rumahabi.com/split-wordpress-...o-2-pages.html -- but, before I start tweaking code I wanted to find out if there was already a built in way to do it (that I haven't found), or a better way to do it, or if the suggested solution is going to break something in Atahualpa 3.3.3. ???

Thanks in advance.

fromtheranks Jun 1, 2009 02:33 AM

Well. I am part way there. My search question was wrong, multi-pages worked better and so forth. Which is how I ran across the <!--nextpage--> tag. That works, in a vanilla flavor sort of way. But, of course developers are never satisfied with "vanilla". :)

I've been reading a bit about wp_link_pages() -- now that my search questions are better -- but the same general questions stand:

1. I don't see how to enable this in Atahualpa, particularly as there is no single.php file (which is referenced here and there as the "place" to put it).

2. There's nothing (that I've run across so far) on executing wp_link_pages(). In other words, how do you use it in Atahualpa in a manner similar to <!--nexpage--> when editing Page (or Post) text?

Sorry if this is a "vanilla" problem, but sorting out all of the settings and "tweak points" in WP and this theme is taking some time and that I'm running out of.

Thanks in advance.

Flynn Jun 1, 2009 06:57 AM

You should be able to use <!--nextpage-->

wp_link_pages() is included in Atahualpa

You don't need to install what you found at the URL you posted

fromtheranks Jun 1, 2009 10:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flynn (Post 7527)
You should be able to use <!--nextpage-->

wp_link_pages() is included in Atahualpa

You don't need to install what you found at the URL you posted

Flynn,

Thanks for the reply. I guess I missed finding wp_link_pages() when I was searching Atahualpa's .php files.

With that said, when I insert <!--nexpage--> all I see on the page is the vanilla flavored Page 1, 2, 3 ... I don't seem to be able to, or don't know how to, access the additional "flavors" as described on the WP site. ?

Thanks in advance,

P.S. Is there an on-line manual for Atahualpa that I missed that describes the various settings and what tweaking them does?

Flynn Jun 2, 2009 04:40 AM

See functions/bfa_post_parts.php line 91-92:

wp_link_pages('before=<p class="post-pagination"><strong>' .
__('Pages:','atahualpa') . '</strong> &after=</p>&next_or_number=number');


Re. manual, editing the page pagination is not a theme feature at the moment. But, more resources like (video) tutorials will be available after a few more rather huge additions/changes to the theme are finished, which should be the case in several weeks.

fromtheranks Jun 2, 2009 12:10 PM

Thanks, Flynn.

This helps -- if nothing else it is helping me to understand the architecture and thought processes you used to build this template.

I will dig into this and figure out how to tweak it without breaking your code. :)

P.S. I have no doubt you are slammed, the time I'm investing in building my web-site has to be a fraction of the time it is taking you to build this template. Still, I am looking forward to "tweak manuals".

ravibandakkanavar Mar 27, 2011 07:29 AM

Hello sir
I'm using 364 version...

when i use <!--nextpage--> tag it shows only front page and the link is not going to 2nd page..

Here is the link
http://www.krazytech.com/technical-p...stem-by-google

Pls help me......

lmilesw Mar 27, 2011 12:54 PM

That issue has cropped up a couple of times and has been related to a plugin conflict in both cases. Try deactivating all your plugins to see if the issue goes away. If it does start activating them again a few at a time to determine which plugin is the problem.

juggledad Mar 27, 2011 01:08 PM

Works for me when I look at the site


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