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[Resuelto] New features for Views pagination

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Last updated by Adriano hace 7 años, 8 meses.

Assisted by: Adriano.



Timezone: Europe/Madrid (GMT+01:00)

Hey Carlo

This is in fact one of the key features we will be implementing 🙂





Another thing.
What about letting add types/views shortcode to CSS?

Do you think this could be possible?



Timezone: Europe/Madrid (GMT+01:00)

Hi Carlo

We are going a little far from the pagination requests, but let me answer a final qestion here 🙂

Yes, we had that in mind some months ago, but you always end up with the problem of the current post. You see, Types shortcodes and most of the Views ones depend on the current post to display data related to it. Yes, you can set the specific post to play with, but it is not "natural". Now, if you place a shortcode on a View CSS, what post data should it default to?

We could not think of an easy solution for that, so this is out of the table at the moment. Also, it might be potentially unsecure.



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