Hi! I have created my main blog page template and my single post template in Pro. It all works fine but now that I have more blog posts than the 10 posts that show on page 1 the navigation shows at the bottom of the main blog page. But when I click on page 2 I still only see the blog posts that are listed on page 1. Any ideas why?
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Please make sure you have set the Looper consumer as “ON” in the post element on the blog archive layout.
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Please be advised that the Post Pagination element will only work with default loops. It does not work in your blog index because you have added a custom Looper Provider which should not be the case. Be advised that the blog index will display all your post items and that the blog index already runs a loop. You do not need to have a Looper provider for your blog index or any archive layout. Simply disable your Looper Provider because you only need a Looper Consumer for the blog index and the archive layouts.
Kindly let us know how it goes.
Hi! Now I remember how I built this. The Looper Provider is there because I want to exclude posts from a certain category on the blog index page. Is pagination not possible with this option?
For now pagination and the navigation element works with only with pre-defined templates. I would request you to use the Pre-defined Template which has the pagination or navigation included already.
Thanks for understanding
Hi! That is not going to work since I want to exclude one blog post category. I have solved it by setting the blog index page to show more posts.
Glad that you are able to resolve the issue.
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