Yesterday when I published my thoughts about Freelance Web Developers Market Research, it’s the first time I wrote a 2000-word article on my blog, I thought it was a good idea to add page links to divide it into two pages.
I knew Ryu (the theme I used for this blog) had styled the page links so it should work fine. But later I found the page links showed after three blocks I’ve added with plugins – share buttons, related posts and author box. My visitors might not know there was a second page of that post.
When looked into the code I found the developer used
content.php, but the plugins I used hooked their code to the end of
the_content filter, that’s why the page links would always be displayed after them.
Here are the snippets I added to the child theme of Ryu to solve my problem.
1. Remove the
the_content filter in
Now it works and I’m still amazed that such a beautiful, elegant theme is free on WP.org.
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