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Actually, Low Reorder does not use the native prev/next entry methods, it uses its own. Also, {url_title_path=""} is not available as a variable in either the native tags nor in the Low Reorder tags. It is specific to the channel:entries tag only. Use this instead: {path="work/projects/{url_title}"}


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You would want to remove the channel entries loops you have stuck within the next entry and previous entry tags - they themselves should contain the channel parameter: {exp:channel:prev_entry channel="teaching_tips"} <p> &laquo; Previous Article: <a href="{url_title}">{title}</a></p> {/exp:channel:prev_entry} {exp:channel:...


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Make sure to include the channel parameter into your next and prev entry tags. I would also look into the url_title parameter because you are embedding these. Just get the segment that has your entries url title


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Its not working because you aren't specifying a channel. {exp:channel:next_entry channel="testimony"} <img src="{testimony_story_background}"/> {/exp:channel:next_entry} Couple things to keep in mind: 1.)These links can only be used on pages displaying a single entry, such as a “comment” page, since they are designed to provide navigation from ...


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The Next/Prev entry links will not glean any category information in the URL, so you don't have to worry there. This should work pretty easily with the Query module: {exp:channel:next_entry channel="channel_name"} {exp:query sql="SELECT c.cat_url_title FROM exp_category_posts cp LEFT JOIN exp_categories c ON c.cat_id = cp.cat_id WHERE cp.entry_id = {...


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Have you tried the built in Pagination? {exp:channel:entries channel="article" orderby="date" sort="desc" limit="1" paginate="bottom" } {title} {article_details..etc} {paginate} {if next_page} Next Page {/if} {/paginate} {/exp:channel:entries}


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Looks like a parse order issue: http://loweblog.com/downloads/ee-parse-order.pdf You can use an embed or probably also Stash. I can't tell you how with Stash but here's how with an embed: In main template, change the next/previous code to: {embed="includes/prevnext" id="<?php echo $artistid ?>"} * update "includes/prevnext" to your actual ...


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It seems to me, you could achieve this with javascript more easily. Basically, you would cycle through each slide and append the title of the next slide to it. If there is no next slide, take the title from the first slide. Here's a really rough example: http://jsfiddle.net/alexroper/jLHwV/1/ If you want to do this programmatically with EE, it looks like ...


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{exp:channel:next_entry channel="blog"} <a class="newer" href="{path=blog}"><span>Newer</span></a> {/exp:channel:next_entry} {exp:channel:prev_entry channel="blog"} <a class="older" href="{path=blog}"><span>Older</span></a> {/exp:channel:prev_entry}


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Late reply, but I suspect the best way to do this may be to pass sibling id's using {exp:playa:sibling_ids} ( http://docs.pixelandtonic.com/playa/templating/module/sibling_ids.html ) to the native EE next / previous entry tags - {exp:channel:next_entry} and {exp:channel:prev_entry} ( http://ellislab.com/expressionengine/user-guide/modules/channel/...


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