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The homepage and all archive pages (date, category, tag, taxonomy and author pages ) uses the same default pagination functions for pagination. What this means is, the_posts_pagination works on all archive pages and the home page. The only differences on these pages is the content which is determined by the main query. As far as pagination goes, it is ...


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Before I start, do not use get_posts for paginated queries. get_posts legally breaks pagination, and does not return the query object. If you need to paginate queries, use WP_Query As for your issue, I really don't think limiting the total overall amount of posts to only 100 is possible when you involve pagination. The only scenarios I can think of is: ...


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Do not run custom queries in place of the main query on the home page and any type of archive page. This will always cause an issue. If you need to alter the main query, use pre_get_posts to do so. To solve this issue, you need remove your code from your category page and go back to the default loop. You should only have the following in your category page ...


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1.Login as the admin in WordPress. 2.Go to the Settings tab. 3.Go to the Reading tab. 4.Change the Blog pages show at most from the default 10 to any number *less than 10. For example, 5. 5.Save the changes. 6.View the blog. Hope that helps.


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If it can help anyone, here is the full answer with the issues that might happen when you want to add Wordpress pagination with anchors to a template page. STEP 1 Follow the example on the Codex so that the paginate_links() function applies to your custom query and not to the main query. STEP 2 Your function should look like the code below : global ...


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Maybe it helps function wpcodex_filter_main_search_post_limits( $limit, $query ) { return 'LIMIT 0, 100'; } add_filter( 'post_limits', 'wpcodex_filter_main_search_post_limits', 10, 2 ); More: post_limits filter



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