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Hey, sorry this took so long. Anyways, I really don’t agree with what you wanna do with the navigation list, I think it should always display a page number. However, to get the effect you want, just:
And add the following line of code:
if ($numPages == 1) return ‘’;
I believe that would do what you want. It will exit the plugin early if there is only one page to be displayed. Hope that helps.
Last edited by ramanan (2004-07-07 00:50:27)
To be honest I don’t know what I want yet!
I have been busy fighting against textpattern rather than working with it. And almost gave up! It is not like other systems like WP and MT etc. I didn’t understand the way it worked.
I have been round the houses and tried a few other things out and it has took me a while to realise that textpattern is the way to go.
I’m not currently using textpattern on my website as I need to learn a bit before I go live with it, but it is installed on my local server while I play and figure it all out.
Many thanks for your help.
Please be patient! It may take me a while to climb the learning curve.
Dear Ramanam, I am using txp:rsx_page_number_list / at my “default” page. When it is used at the main page, everything is fine. But when used at the category page, the link only goes to http://blahblah/?pg=2, instead of http://blahblah/?pg=2&c=blah…
Would you please to fix this little bug? I really like the way this script works. Thank you very much!
your script is realy usefull, but it has “bug”.
Ok, it`s not realy a bug, but it´s confusing me a little.
The problem is, if you use the tag <code>rsx_page_number_nav</code> from this script, the navigation points into the wrong direction. The link to older entries is on the left, the link to newer entries is on the right. For me it`s not logic because when I read a weblog, I go from “newer” to “older” not from “older” to “newer” entries.
So, I´ve changed it a little (you can <a href=“http://www.blog.control-o.de/code/rsx_page_number_changed.zip”>download it here</a>). The left navi points now to the newer articles and the right navi to the older ones.
I hope it`s ok that I`ve changed it this way !?
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I’ve gotten it to work on other pages by using the plugin chh_article_custom to call my articles rather than the txp:article_custom tag. I don’t know why it doesn’t work with just article_custom. My code is:
Page <txp:rsx_page_number /> of <txp:rsx_last_page_num /><br /> <txp:newer>« Previous Page</txp:newer>
<txp:older>Next Page »</txp:older>
<txp:chh_article_custom section=“photo” limit=“12” listform=“gallery” />