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PixelPost Plugin: PPEndLoop

Due to a comment, I posted PPEndLoop to the Plugins page here at the site.

It's a PixelPost plugin - not a WordPress one - and I extended it to have full functionality1

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  1. I believe so, anyway - let me know if there's something missing.

4 Responses to "PixelPost Plugin: PPEndLoop"

  1. Gonna risk asking a dumb question here...when I use the tag, and there is no "next" image, I get <a href="">.

    How do I prevent this from happening?

  2. Jared Barden said on November 28, 2008:

    Gonna risk asking a dumb question here...when I use the tag, and there is no "next" image, I get <a href="">.

    The only way to get <a href=""> is to try to build the tag yourself. I would bet that you're building in the "<a href>" part yourself and using the URL tag.

    Give this one a try: <IMAGE_ENDLOOP_NEXT_LINK>. I use it in my photoblog and it works, for both next and previous at both ends. View the source if you'd like.

    Thanks.

  3. Tried your advice, and after some slight tweaking, it worked like a charm.

    I'm using PixelPost at http://www.bardenphotography.com/photos/.

    Thanks!

  4. Jared Barden said on November 29, 2008:

    Tried your advice, and after some slight tweaking, it worked like a charm.

    Thanks for getting back to me. I'll check your site out and will probably add it to the rotation.

    PPEndLoop was added to the PixelPost Extend site here, so please go give it a rating and a review, if you would. I'd appreciate it.


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