December 8, 2017 at 12:38 am #408735
Hi, when select a category and city and then click on search, I get taken to the search page. I have set my page to display 20 listings at a times so the can load up in a reasonable time, the problem with this is that only 20 pins are shown it the map, so people may think there are only 20 listing, but as they scroll down you see the boxes labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 with an arrow next to it see the next 20.
Is there a way to show the same navigation as in the buttons on the page at the top of the page?
I want users to know right away that there are more than 20 listings without having to scroll down all the way to see that there are option to see more. I want those options to see more to also appear on the top of the page, how do I do that?
Thank you.December 8, 2017 at 1:17 am #408736
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Take a look at this thread: https://wpgeodirectory.com/support/topic/display-of-advanced-pagination-details/#post-121787December 8, 2017 at 1:44 pm #408789
How does the solution at that link work for you?December 12, 2017 at 6:54 pm #409261
I was told before that I should not be modifying any child themes because that could change in the future and my changes would get reset. So instead I was told to use a “snippets” widget to make any changes.
So I used “Snippets” to add and activate the following:
But, that did not work for me.
I wish they added an option in the future to have pagination at the top or bottom, both top and bottom.
Can I add this command from “Snippets” if so, do I need to modify the command to be added from Snippets?
If not, I will have to go figure out which is my child theme. I use “Directory Starter” and “Supreme Directory”, I don’t know if I have a child theme were I can add this code. Any advice?
RigoDecember 12, 2017 at 7:05 pm #409267
Adding as a snippet is the way to do. You will also need to turn on the setting now, too:
GD>Design>Search>Show advanced pagination detailsDecember 12, 2017 at 7:21 pm #409270
Hi Alex, what do you mean by “You will also need to turn on the setting now, too?”.
I did go ‘GD>Design>Search>Show advanced pagination details’ and there is a pull down menu next to it.
The selection choices are: Never Display, After Pagination and Before Pagination.
I tried the three of them, the only thing I see when I enable “After Pagination” and “Before pagination” is that I see a text that says “Showing Services 1-20 of 96”, but it does not give me the option at the top of the page to select the next set of results and this is what I am looking to have at the top of the page, not just at the bottom of the page.
Any advice?December 14, 2017 at 1:35 pm #409538
You can use the Code Snippets plugin to add the missing snippet to your site.
The snippet you want to add is:
And then leave the advanced pagination setting selected.December 14, 2017 at 5:25 pm #409562
I have already added that code snippet before. See attached screen shot below.
I don’t understand what you mean by leaving the advanced pagination setting selected.
As I said before, there are three selection for advanced pagination, which of the three do I select? I have tried the three option without success, see attached image, I selected “before pagination” and it still does not work.
Any other suggestions?
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