In today's digital world, websites often leverage JavaScript to add interactive and dynamic elements to enhance the user experience. If you run a blog and want to include a collection of links at the end of your blog posts, JavaScript can help you achieve this effortlessly. The links may be related posts, a collection of links for a blog post series or something else.


Here is an example of what the HTML would look like:

<div class="gh-content">

The script will dynamically display the links after your blog post content, and assumes that your blog post content is wrapped in a HTML div class called gh-content. If your blog post content uses a different class, you will need to adjust the above HTML and below JavaScript accordingly.


I would recommend that you include the following as an external JavaScript file, i.e. after-content-links.js but you could also include it as inline Javascript.

// Define the heading text
var headingText = "Related Links";

// Get the .gh-content element
var ghContent = document.querySelector('.gh-content');

// Create a <div> element to hold the heading and links
var div = document.createElement('div');

// Create the heading element and set the text
var heading = document.createElement('h4');
heading.textContent = headingText;

// Create a <ul> element to hold the links
var ul = document.createElement('ul');

// Iterate over the links array and create <li> elements for each link
links.forEach(function(link) {
  var li = document.createElement('li');
  var a = document.createElement('a');
  a.href = link.url;
  a.textContent = link.text;

// Append the heading and <ul> element to the <div>

// Append the <div> element to the .gh-content element

You may change the links title name before the links on line two.

The links title is also a heading 4. You may change this on line 11.

Next, we will define the links that would be dynamically displayed at the end of the blog post content:

  // Inline JavaScript for the links array
  var links = [
    { text: 'Link 1', url: '' },
    { text: 'Link 2', url: '' },
    { text: 'Link 3', url: '' }
    // Add more links as needed

You may include the links array as an inline JavaScript (probably the better option) or as an external JavaScript file.

Adding dynamic links to your blog posts can enrich the reading experience for your visitors. JavaScript provides flexibility to achieve this goal. Whether you choose the inline or external JavaScript approach, you can easily include a collection of links at the end of your blog posts.

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