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'the_post_navigation'. It seems to work for Custom Post Types (CPTs) but I cannot figure out how it does this. the_post_navigation() uses get_the_post_navigation() which uses get_previous_post_link() and get_next_post_link() which both uses get_adjacent_post_link() which uses get_adjacent_post() to get the next and previous post from the same post type. ...


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You can do that with default WordPress menu system and CSS. When you add item to your menu, Make this hierarchy: - Services - Social Welfare |- Funeral Service |- Food Bank Then go with CSS ul.menu > li > ul > li { /* the CSS for column */ /* You can use combination of float: left; and width: 20% to get 5 column. */ } ...



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