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get_the_post_navigation ›

Since4.1.0
Deprecatedn/a
get_the_post_navigation ( $args = array() )
Parameters:
  • (array) $args { Optional. Default post navigation arguments. Default empty array.
    Required: No
    Default: array()
Returns:
  • (string) Markup for post links.
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Change Log:
  • 4.4.0

Retrieves the navigation to next/previous post, when applicable.



Source

function get_the_post_navigation( $args = array() ) {
	$args = wp_parse_args(
		$args, array(
			'prev_text'          => '%title',
			'next_text'          => '%title',
			'in_same_term'       => false,
			'excluded_terms'     => '',
			'taxonomy'           => 'category',
			'screen_reader_text' => __( 'Post navigation' ),
		)
	);

	$navigation = '';

	$previous = get_previous_post_link(
		'<div class="nav-previous">%link</div>',
		$args['prev_text'],
		$args['in_same_term'],
		$args['excluded_terms'],
		$args['taxonomy']
	);

	$next = get_next_post_link(
		'<div class="nav-next">%link</div>',
		$args['next_text'],
		$args['in_same_term'],
		$args['excluded_terms'],
		$args['taxonomy']
	);

	// Only add markup if there's somewhere to navigate to.
	if ( $previous || $next ) {
		$navigation = _navigation_markup( $previous . $next, 'post-navigation', $args['screen_reader_text'] );
	}

	return $navigation;
}