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Johannes Böhm
Johannes Böhm
5,957 Points

Only 10 Portfolio Pieces get displayed

Hello Zac and other guys, I enjoyed and followed the "From Bootstrap to Wordpress" Track and got everything up and running. BUT there is one thing that confuses me. When I try to add more than 10 Portfolio Pieces as Pages they dont get displayed on the front-end, although the additional pages get listed in the Wordpress back-end.

Has anyone an explanation for this issue? Someone facing the same issue? Does someone maybe have a solution for this? This would be awesome...

Looking forward to your feedback...

Thanks in advance and best regards, Johannes

5 Answers

Wordpress has a standard 10 posts or pages display. You will have to chage this in the settings=>reading section

Here you can find a code for pagination http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4648956/query-posts-with-pagination-not-working

Just remember that if you set posts_per_page = -1 in the query posts it will display all the posts in that category

Johannes Böhm
Johannes Böhm
5,957 Points

Thank you George - really awesome,.. also that the fix is that easy. :) Is there a chance to add some pagination option if the page limit is exceeded?

You used a query_posts to display those 10 portfolio pieces ?

Matt Campbell
Matt Campbell
9,767 Points

You need to add a pagination function and then include that where you want it in your template file.

As for the query, use WP_Query and add in posts_per_page and paged to the array.

Have a read of the codex and Google WordPress pagination. There's masses out there regarding it.