We want your Input!

Dear WordPress-Users,

we want to improve the widget pagination plugin, but we need your feedback!

Please let us know about features you’d like to see implemented, or problems you have, or whatever else is on your mind – regarding both the plugin’s option page or the created pagination :-)

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5 Responses to We want your Input!

  1. Deborah says:

    Love the plug in. It works quite nicely. But I thought from reading info on the plugin you could choose a particular widget to paginate, however I don’t see a setting for that. I initially set my “Articles & Reports” to links since that is the one that is the most lengthy and found my “Resources” also paginated. I want to be able to choose which widget(s) get paginated and leave the rest in tact.
    Thanks

  2. jasie says:

    hi deborah, glad you like our plugin, thanks a lot for your feedback, we appreciate it :-)

    right, currently you cannot switch the pagination on/off for for each single links widgets (or each single categories widget and so on), because I can’t think of a way for us to find out how many widgets of which type you have installed. sorry our info gave a wrong impression!

    we will add it to our feature request list and think about a solution. until then, the only workaround is setting the ‘items per page’ (for links) to a value, which at least equals the number of links in your Resources category – 8, that is, instead of 10, which you apparently set?

    • Deborah says:

      Ok… now at least I know I didnt miss anything. Thanks for replying. Hope you can figure out how to put a switch in there. I am sure it would make the plugin even that more valuable to a lot of other users too.
      Good luck with that!

  3. Deborah says:

    Further to my earlier comment, I am using a plugin on my site that attaches itself to each widget I set up allowing me to have that widget display or not display on any particular page. Perhaps there would be something in that code that would help you figure out how to put a switch to turn on or off the paginator for any particular widget.

    Here is link to the plugin site: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/exclude-pages/

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