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Add pagination or "load more" to a summary block


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Use Lazy Load plugin.

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or Numbered Pagination.

  • The plugin gives your blog visitors a chance to know how big you blog is, not just “Newer/Older“ links.
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H @tuanphan !

I had the same question and downloaded the lazy summary plugin as your recommendation.
By any chance, is there custom code to add category sorting options on the top of the lazy summary block?

I tried it first on the blog listing page but then I wanted to have the "load more" button so I am recreating similar design layout on a new page with summary block using lazy summary. I have tried adding category links by using archive block but when you click them, it redirects you to the blog page, not the new page with the summary block.

Essentially, I would like to use the blog page as a database for blog posts and the new page to pull these information out and display.

Please let me know and also appreciate any advice if you foresee any complication with the plan I came up with above.

Much appreciated! 

The blog page(original design): https://travelwithamnet.com/learn-about-japan
The page I'm working on:  https://hyperboloid-walrus-lmfg.squarespace.com/learn-about-japan-1
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"Essentially, I would like to use the blog page as a database for blog posts and the new page to pull these information out and display."

I am doing that with my site now using two blog pages and summary blocks along with an archive block that searches my stoires by subject/category. I could, if I wanted, use a blog sidebar to allow viewers to choose any category. I do this with the standard summary and blog options. I use code to change the appearance of the summary block items. 

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"Essentially, I would like to use the blog page as a database for blog posts and the new page to pull these information out and display."

I am doing that with my site now using two blog pages and summary blocks along with an archive block that searches my stoires by subject/category. I could, if I wanted, use a blog sidebar to allow viewers to choose any category. I do this with the standard summary and blog options. I use code to change the appearance of the summary block items. 

my random views

 

Actually, I added the summary block on the original page and added

.blog-basic-grid collection-content-wrapper {display:none}

to hide the original blog post list and display the summary block. 

Thank you so much for helping me get this spark of idea!

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My original blog page is in the unlinked section of my site, and the blog page with summary blocks is in the linked section of my site. Each category in the archive block  is linked to a seperate post in the summary blog. Each summary blog post has its own summary block pulling content from my main blog filtered by category that matches the archive block. The archive block is in the header of the summary blog which is why it keeps the same url. Hope this makes sense. If you want more precise setup just let me know. 

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