Msg#: 4530827 posted 6:23 pm on Dec 24, 2012 (gmt 0)
Was wondering if anyone had a script solution to this or thoughts:
On the site I am working on, I have to reserve the blog functionality for a news section, so I need to find a solution to allegedly paginate pages, not posts. I think my logic is sound, so bear with me ...
I have a sub-menu I created in Wordpress for 7 pages. I named each link 01,02,03 ... etc. and the menu is called by, let's say, wp_nav_menu( array( 'menu' => 'Secondary Navigation')) which outputs the menu as a string.
So, my goal is to make it appear as if it's paginated and use lessthan greaterthan for left and right navigation. No numbers in between, etc.
I was thinking of looping preg_match "1","2" etc. against the outputted string to get the total number of pages(menu items), then comparing the current page to the total, and setting the bracket links accordingly.