Adding a previous/next menu to your blog can help your visitors easily navigate from post to post. It enhances the user experience on your blog. In this post, I’m going to talk about how to create a Previous/Next Navigation Menu to a WordPress blog running on Genesis Framework. Before we start,
WordPress Tips and Best Practices
WordPress is the most popular CMS on the planet today. Setting up a WordPress blog is easy but in order to tweak it for best performance, you need to be familiar with many best practices. From choosing the right theme to selecting the right plugin to customize your settings from SEO standpoint, there are quite a few tips and tricks you need to be familiar with.
In this WordPress guide, we will provide you with the right tools you need to improve your website and help it perform at its optimum.
Our WordPress Tutorial will cover the following topics:
# How to Get Started with WordPress
# WordPress Theme Selection Best Practices
# WordPress Plugin Selection Best Practices
# WordPress Customization Best Practices
# WordPress Blogging Best Practices
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