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Any way to add another postnav to the bottom of a post?

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smilelee

Let's say I'm writing novels, like these: http://craft.heavensentgaming.com/2011/08/12/young-woman/ http://iron.heavensentgaming.com/2011/08/10/tom-marcus/ http://many.heavensentgaming.com/2011/03/01/hello-world/ It's pretty annoying having to scroll up after reading a post. Is there a way to have a duplicate postnav at the bottom of a post, but before the share bar.

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Rob
Go to Dashboard > PlatformPro > Template Setup. Scroll down on the drop list to Page Content Area. Drag "Breadcrumbs" to the group and make sure it's UNDER the Main Content area. If you want it below comments, you can put it there, though I suspect that defeats your purposes. Save. Breadcrumbs should now appear both top and bottom of your main content.

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Oh, wait, no, I don't need breadcrumbs. Those are something completely different. The pagenav is the "next post" and "previous post" buttons. So it'd be like this: pagenav (previous and next) content pagenav (previous and next) share bar comments I need to repeat the pagenav them at the bottom of a post, but before the share bar. The share bar is before the comments. Because, yes, having the pagenav repeat again under the comment would be silly and pointless lol.

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Rob
Ah. Okay. This provides a better understanding. I'll work on it.

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smilelee
Thank you for looking into this, I should have been a bit more clear.

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Okay. I've looked but I can't figure out how to accomplish this. I'm sure that a hook or editing one of the template files is necessary to accomplish it, but I'm unsure how. I've searched the code, but not finding what makes that part in any of the templates. I'm going to have to defer to one of the pros on this.

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