I’m building a blog with concretecms version 9. As in previous versions I add a navigation below the post for navigating to the previous or next article.
I use the handy built in block for previous / next navigation. But im my case the output is empty - only the top site (link to parent) is visible. No next or parent link is in the output.
From my structure I have a blog-oververview site and each post is placed under this overview in the sitemap. So that a prev / next could make sense.
Can anyone check this out? Do I miss something or is this a bug?
If i place that next / previous block to the overview – there are some links available. It seems that the output is from the false sitemap-level?
Thanks for checking! Roland
Hi. I have used this block several times in C5 9.0.2 without any problems (in clean install, or after updating from 8.5.7) additionally with changing the default view. Check video: https://streamable.com/6mpoml
Maybe some js error, maybe something else? And what can you see in the code after adding the block?
Just a thought , do you have your blog pages set to exclude from nav rather than the parent page set to exclude sub pages from nav?
Thanks for checking! That’s helpful for me and I have do dig further.
Yes. Your thought is a hit!
I had that attribute as default setting in the page-templates. So I forgot about it and that block seems to respect the same attribute and is skipping the pages.
So this is solved by unchecking
Exclude page from navigation