Javascript that creates a nav bar with logical prev and next links a la Dustin Curtis.
JavaScript
Switch branches/tags
Nothing to show
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
MIT-LICENSE adding files Jan 15, 2010
README updating readme Apr 14, 2010
blogazine.js don't return undefined if no link present May 13, 2010
demo.css adding files Jan 15, 2010
demo.html adding child div to body Apr 14, 2010

README

Creates a nav bar like dustin curtis has for his blogazine.  The idea is to create a logical previous, and next connection between pages much as if you were flipping through a magazine.

Simply include the script:

<script src='blogazine.js' type='text/javascript'></script>

And then use HTML's link elements in the head of your document like so:
<head>
  <link href='/myNextArticleLink' rel='next' title='My Next Article Title' />
  <link href='/myPrevArticleLink' rel='prev' title='My Previous Article Title' />
</head>

Also, you'll want to employ some sort sort of reset for html body elements margin.  I suggest the Eric Meyers method (included in the demo.css file).

Notes:
- Not tested for IE 7 or below.

Copyright 2010 Robert J Whitney
Free to use under the MIT License