How to remove next/previous post buttons in WordPress

Certain default WordPress features may conflict with the design or user experience goals of your website. The Next/Previous post buttons, which are normally placed at the conclusion of a blog article, are one example. In this quick tutorial, I will show you how to remove the Next/Previous post buttons in WordPress.

To achieve this, you will need to follow these steps.

Step 1 

Go to Appearance > Customize


Step 2

Navigate to the Additional CSS tab.


Step 3

Then Place the following code their and publish the changes.

					.post-navigation a { display: none; }

Now navigate to a single blog post to see that the Next/Previous post buttons have been removed successfully. When you get to the bottom of the post, the Next/Previous post buttons should be gone.

This should work in the same way, with most themes. For this example, the Hello Theme from Elementor was used.

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