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how to remove 'previous' and 'next' arrows in Traveler theme

  1. Hi there,

    I really want to do the above but struggling to work out how to. I googled around and tried typing in:

    .single #paginate {
    display: none;
    }

    in the CSS bit and saving it. But I've only just bought the custom upgrade and am new to it all. So I'm probably doing it wrong.

    Any advice greatly appreciated.
    Thanks so much, Julian.

    The blog I need help with is betweenland.wordpress.com.

  2. Are you talking about the ones to the left and right of the post content on the single post pages? If so, the following will remove them.

    .postnav {
        display: none;
    }
  3. Hey! It worked! Thanks so much, thesacredpath. That's amazing. Another question....

    Just thinking again about the navigation of my stuff in the posts. I've broken the writing/photos in the posts up, by inserting <!--nextpage-->, and which gives page numbers below the text/photos. Is there a way of reinstating the 'previous' and 'next' arrows, but have them replace the page numbers - so the arrows take the viewer to the next part of the post, instead of to the next post.

    Hmmmm, does that make any sense whatsoever?!? If you look at http://betweenland.wordpress.com/2014/04/02/berlin/ then this might help show what I mean.

    Cheers, Julian.

  4. Julian, Page numbers for the main/archive/category pages does not exist in the Theme you are using, so there is no way to add it via CSS. CSS can be used to style and position elements that exist in a page, but cannot be used to add functionality.

  5. Ah ok. What I was wanting to do was when I add a 'page break' in a post using <!--nextpage-->, that instead of having the 'page 1 2 3' etc at the bottom of the post to move forward to each part, I could use the arrows back and forth. But I think that you're saying that that isn't possible because that's a more functionality thing. Is that right? Sorry, I'm totally new to all this!

    Also, is there a way that I can make the page title 'index' at the top right hand corner of betweenland.wordpress.com any bigger without making the font of the posts bigger. It seems that the only way I can work out is to increase font size in customisation, but that makes all the font bigger, which i'm not keen on doing.

    Cheers so much, J.

  6. Ah ok. What I was wanting to do was when I add a 'page break' in a post using <!--nextpage-->, that instead of having the 'page 1 2 3' etc at the bottom of the post to move forward to each part, I could use the arrows back and forth.

    Julian, do you have a link to a post you are using next page on so I can look at it?

    On the "index" link at upper right, add the following and you can adjust as desired. I've included color and font size, and also letter spacing since the letter spacing seemed a little tight.

    .masthead .menu a {
        font-size: 150%;
        font-weight: bold;
        letter-spacing: 3px;
        color: #0044ff;
    }

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