Hey there,


here's an image. It shows what I want to appear at the bottom of each blog post I create. It isn't there on my theme or I can't find a setting for it.



Because these are "missing" from the bottom of my posts, it means visitors have to click the home button, then navigate through many home pages to another post to read. Not good.


Thanks Peeps


Jimbo

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TheCatherine Premium
The worst possible plugin you can use is Jetpack. It is something like 43 individual plugins. you really should delete that, in fact it is one of the banned plugins at WA because it causes havoc
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Jim-Bo Premium
I'm not hosted here, Kat. But I'm going to heed your warning anyways...to cut down on plugins.

I don't think I require the things it does.

Cheers
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MarionBlack Premium
Try this plugin Jimbo Yet Another Related Posts Plugin
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Jim-Bo Premium
thanks Marion

I have jetpack which has a related posts option.

I think my theme, Divi, is best handled like Alan says below, so I can minimize plugins.

Cheers again
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MarionBlack Premium
Sweet.
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Alan Hocking Premium
Hi Jim

With Divi you need to switch to the Divi builder and then add it as a module at the bottom of your posts https://www.elegantthemes.com/gallery/divi/documentation/post-navigation/
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Jim-Bo Premium
Thanks will try that, Alan
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Jim-Bo Premium
Excellent, Alan. But blimey, tedious cos have to go through every post and activate individually. But works a treat.

Thanks buddy!

Mum's having a blast in Torremelinos.
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Alan Hocking Premium
Yeah it's a bit of a pain but when you have it as you want you can save it as a post template and then just load it from the saved templates for all your future posts like this : https://www.elegantthemes.com/gallery/divi/documentation/loading/
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Jim-Bo Premium
excellent stuff Alan!
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Alan Hocking Premium
You're welcome Jim! :)
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Jim-Bo Premium
Related question, Alan.

When starting out writing a blog is it best to use the divi builder or use the ordinary editor then the divi after writing?

I've been writing first, which I'm wondering about now, might be silly, and backwards.

How do you do it?
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Alan Hocking Premium
I tend to write it into a normal post first then switch to the builder to add any other modules I want afterwards
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Jim-Bo Premium
Okay will try that method...thanks again
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Alan Hocking Premium
Yeah you need to experiment

I just find it easier that way
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theresroth Premium
Which theme are you using?

With Omega, I was able to work with Settings-Reading to adjust the shortening features, and I think with the other, more basic themes, it's the same, but now I'm using Counsel, and I'm stumped a bit myself.....

Let's re-ask just in case (?)
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Jim-Bo Premium
Divi theme, Therese
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Bea40 Premium
Hey Jim, it should do that by default, but I use related posts plugin..
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Jim-Bo Premium
yes I think most themes have a default, can't see anything tho
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Bea40 Premium
Let me check jim
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Bea40 Premium
Okay just checked your site, you have older entries and new entries, and the only way you can change the wording maybe in your style.css file..
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Jim-Bo Premium
not quite what I meant, Bea.

you have to click to read a blog, then scroll to the bottom...there's nothing there to navigate.

on the home page, yes, there is older posts and newer posts. no problem there.
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Bea40 Premium
Sorry Jim didn't check that let me see
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Bea40 Premium
Just checked, hmm , it must be the theme, could you add the related post plugin, that will show your relevant post
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