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Link relations "next"

Rikis
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I don't see in story chapters [link rel="next" href="...."].
I see only "prev", "home", "index". Can "next" relation be added?

Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)

@Rikis

When I check serial stories, the "next" link is right there in the header.

Ernest Bywater

@Rikis

In the pages for the stories I read the only times there isn't a 'Next' link are:

1. The actual link reads with the next chapter number instead of the word next and

2. when I'm on the last chapter of the story as it is. Be it the final chapter or the latest chapter posted.

Rikis
Updated:

It seems I randomly stumbled to story that doesn't have it.
Stories that wasn't updated a long time ago doesn't have it.
http://storiesonline.net/s/51918:59215
http://storiesonline.net/s/57996:83324/john-and-argent-chapter-6
New ones does indeed have it.

Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)

@Rikis

It seems I randomly stumbled to story that doesn't have it.
Stories that wasn't updated a long time ago doesn't have it.


I think this is a browser caching issue as the two examples that you gave both have the 'next' link.

Try clearing your browser's cache.

Rikis

Tried other browsers - same result.
http://i.imgur.com/froYSdy.png

And about caching: something borked with style sheets, I can change style that I'm applied some time ago and changes works, but I can't use new styles. I can change it with "scroll" thingy, but I have disabled it in style settings. In summary: "Use this Style" in "Story Display Preferences" does not work for me.

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Ernest Bywater

@Rikis

I'm not sure what you're getting at here. In the case in the image the Previous and Next chapters are listed, but by the chapter names of Chapter 5 - Chapter 7. Since you're reading Chapter 6 the relationship is obvious.

I see no problem here.

Remember, in any website access there are a number of items that affect what you see:

- the web page itself.
- the browser being used.
- the browser settings.
- the device being viewed on.
- the site settings you've selected to use.
- your local cache for the site or page.
- other software you have affecting web pages, like ad block software and anti-script software.

and of these can cause a messed view, and you need to check them all if you have an issue.

madnige
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@Rikis


I don't see in story chapters [link rel="next" href="...."].


That's because the 'link' HTML tag doesn't produce visible output on the browser, it's more system-info stuff (so, say, a Google search would tend to list only one of the pages linked in this way)


I see only "prev", "home", "index". Can "next" relation be added?


It's already there if you subscribe to a premium account [ETA] ... which is probably why you're getting confusing responses, since some people will see the 'chapter n+1' link in the navigation links at the top of a page and others won't.

Replies:   richardshagrin
richardshagrin

@madnige

If you want to see the premium account features, look at Fine Stories. I am pretty sure they are all implemented there.

Rikis
Updated:

Oh... Found why some stories doesn't have [link rel="next"]. It seems, if I bookmark story "next" disappears and when I remove bookmark it reappears.
Screenshot: not bookmarked->bookmarked
http://i.imgur.com/oVoC1N0.png

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