I want to show you how to make it easier for your users to browse through your blog posts and stay on your website longer. Making it easier for users to go through different posts easily makes for better usability. It also creates internal linking, which helps with SEO.
If you have a custom theme, simply paste the function below into your
functions.php file. If you’re using a prebuilt theme, use the My Custom Functions plugin and paste it in there.
The code above positions the next post and previous post links right before the Comments section. You can use virtually any Genesis hook, as long as it makes sense, to place it where you’d like.
Style The Next/Previous Post Links
You can use your browser’s Developer Tools to inspect how I style mine. I use a couple different selectors to globally align things, as well as
flex-box to align the entire section.