This plugin adds ‘Previous’ and ‘Next’ buttons to all pages, posts and products. These buttons let you navigate through site content quickly and easily. You can choose to show the prev/next buttons inside the WordPress Editors and also on the front-end of your site. You can also customize the appearance and the content of the buttons.
More information about this plugin is available here.
Key Features in this plugin
- Back End Buttons Add ‘Previous’ and ‘Next’ buttons to the WordPress Editors
- Front End Buttons Add ‘Previous’ and ‘Next’ buttons for all posts, products and pages
- Customize Button Visibility Choose whether buttons are shown on the front and back ends
- Works with Woocommerce Adds ‘Previous’ and ‘Next’ buttons on products
- Customize Button Style Set button colors and content
- Gutenberg and Classic Works with all main WordPress Editors
Once you have installed the plugin, you just need to activate it for use immediately.
- Download the plugin Zip file and extract its contents
- Upload the
wpwombat-navbuttonsfolder to the directory
- Activate the plugin using the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
You can access the plugin settings from the admin dashboard by choosing the ‘Settings -> Nav Buttons’ page. From here, you can customize the button locations, content and appearance.
Are you a developer? Do you want to customize the button styles? If so, you can use the following CSS styles: .wpwombat-nav-product-link-prev, .wpwombat-nav-product-link-next, .wpwombat-nav-post-link-prev, .wpwombat-nav-post-link-next, .wpwombat-product-nav-buttons
All constructive suggestions and feedback on this plugin are welcome contact us.
Yes, this plugin lets you add ‘Previous’ and ‘Next’ buttons to both the front and back end
Yes, you can choose if the buttons are shown or hidden on the front and back ends separately
Yes, you can show buttons for posts, pages and products
Contributors & Developers
“Next and Previous Buttons” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Initial release