I noticed that, although there is a set of links at the top of my blog page to navigate by pages of content (that thing that says “<< Prev | Main | Next >>“, or something similar), there isn’t one at the bottom. It seems logical that, when you get to the bottom of a page of content, you’d want to go to the next without scrolling all the way up to the top of the page.
There used to be a macro,
#showNextPreviousLinks(), that did this, but it now outputs just
<!-- showNextPreviousLinks() is no longer needed as next/prev links are built-into the macro. -->
#showWeblogEntries() is supposed to go in that double-space gap between ‘the’ and ‘macro’. BTW – thanks to the Roller team for doing this and not just silencing the macro – quality code!
A bit of
googling searching using the Google search engine, tells me that there is a shiny new macro, called by
#showWeblogEntries() that does exactly what I want –
#showNextPreviousControl(). Slip it in after
#showWeblogEntries() and there they are – navigation links at the bottom of the page. Cool!