[theme-reviewers] paginate_links() function - Reopened tickets

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Tue Apr 15 11:54:11 UTC 2014

The Guideline in question here is that Themes are required to support core
implementation of features if they incorporate those features. WordPress
provides a paginated link function,
Thus, if Themes want to incorporate paginated links as a Theme feature,
they must use the core function.

The normal implementation is for the Theme to create a wrapper function
that sets up the arguments array to pass to paginate_links(), and then
output the result of paginate_links( $args ).

On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 7:02 AM, <wordpress at thinkupthemes.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Can I get some clarification on the use of paginate_links() as I notice
> that quite a number of themes were reopened yesterday with this being a
> common reason.
> I've checked the started theme _s and this function is not being used,
> instead a custom theme function is used instead. Within twentyfourteen a
> custom function is also used, however in this case paginate_links() is used
> to form part of the custom function so is used in the twentyfourteen theme.
> Can a theme developer use a custom pagination function to output to a
> template file, provided that the function itself incorporates the WordPress
> function paginate_links()?
> Thanks,
> Afzaal
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