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I have tried to figure out to change the previous_post_link by following the Codex but I can't figure it out. Same for the next_post_link.

I just want to have a simple link but with an #anchor tag added.

All I get is a changed LinkName - the url stays untouched.

I could do it with javascript, but this isn't the way I want to do it - I would like to know how to do it with WordPress tools.

Any hint would be great.

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This seems to do the trick:

add_filter( 'next_post_link',     'wpse_post_link', 10, 4 );
add_filter( 'previous_post_link', 'wpse_post_link', 10, 4 );

function wpse_post_link( $output, $format, $link, $post )
{
    if( $url = get_permalink( $post ) ) 
        $output = str_replace( $url, $url . '#anchor', $output );

    return $output;
}

i.e. appending the #anchor to the previous/next permalinks.

ps: I removed the WP_Rewrite::using_permalink() check, since we actually don't need it, example.tld?p=123#anchor should work as well.

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    hi birgire - thanks a bunch - that worked. Thanks also for editing my post. I swear, I will do better the next time. Thank you! – ad2003 Jan 26 '15 at 20:43
  • You're welcome, sure no problem ;-) – birgire Jan 26 '15 at 21:19

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