previous_image_link( string|int[] $size = 'thumbnail', string|false $text = false )

Displays previous image link that has the same post parent.


Parameters Parameters

$size

(string|int[]) (Optional) Image size. Accepts any registered image size name, or an array of width and height values in pixels (in that order).

Default value: 'thumbnail'

$text

(string|false) (Optional) Link text.

Default value: false


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Usage:

Typically uses in attachment.php. In the WordPress default theme Twenty Eleven and Twenty Twelve, it is used in image.php.

previous_image_link( $size, $text );
Notes:

This creates a link to the previous image attached to the current post. Whenever a series of images are linked to the attachment page, it will put a ‘previous image link’ with the images when viewed in the attachment page.


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Source Source

File: wp-includes/media.php

function previous_image_link( $size = 'thumbnail', $text = false ) {
	echo get_previous_image_link( $size, $text );
}


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Version Description
2.5.0 Introduced.

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    Contributed by Codex

    Define a Custom Image Size

    <?php previous_image_link( array( 37, 37 ) ); ?>
    

    Please note that passing an array as the first parameter will not create a new image; It will use the web browser to re-size the thumbnail to fit into the given dimensions. Although this works in a pinch, it produces a rather distorted view of the image due to the fact that browsers have no way of re sampling the re-sized image.

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