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petere21

Previous entries works just at default-entry page. When you use categories, taxonomies, etc you cannot go to previous entries. Just first 20. Arrows to previous posts are missing. What is the problem? Thanx

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catrina
Did this problem pop up suddenly or did you make any changes (upgrade, plugin installation/activation/upgrade, etc.)?

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petere21
I am not sure I have done upgrade to 2.1.1 The only hack is clipcount=4 but it doesnt work as well with or without change It works at default page, it doesnt work at category, archive page

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Jenny
@petere21 Your front page has 36 posts. Therefore only the pages with more than 36 posts will show pagination. In order to show pagination on page types such as categories, tags, search, etc, you have to enable the "Post/Page Pagination" section in PageLines -> Templates for each template.

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petere21
I have more than 200 posts in categories :-) it doesnt work

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petere21
There is no pissibility to enable pagination in templstes where exactly it is? Framework 2.1

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petere21
Thanks simpla mama with small problems i ve done it.

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Rob
Go to [b]Dashboard > PageLines > Templates >[/b] under [b]1. Select Template Area[/b] you will see 2 graphic maps. On the right side, click on C[b]ontent Area[/b]. A group of page templates will show up. Now scroll down to [b]2. Arrange Sections In Area With Drag & Drop[/b] take a look at the tab for [b]Blog Post[/b] and you will see at the bottom a tab on the left for [b]Post/Page Pagination[/b]. If it's not on the left under [b]Active Sections[/b] but on the right under [b]Available / Disabled Sections[/b] just slide it from the right to the left. Also, you should do the same thing for your Archive, Category and Search templates. Make sure that Post/Page Pagination is at the bottom of any existing sections for each template.

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