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Question to Wordpress users

Miko

Well-known member
#2
There is a built in "hidden" (or less common...) tag that allow you to split a post in multiple pages.

When you write a post simply add

Code:
<!--nextpage-->
whenever you want to split the text over a new page.

WordPress will automatically create the pagination for you at the bottom of the post.

Important: Make sure to enter the code above without using the wysiwyg editor or it will not work ;)


If you want to replicate the look of the site that you posted, you will need a plugin as the core functionality will not create the drop down menu.

If you do a search for "wordpres multi page post" you should get quite a few plugins to do what you are after.
 

Jethro

Well-known member
#3
Code:
<!--nextpage-->
Important: Make sure to enter the code above without using the wysiwyg editor or it will not work ;)
Miko care to elaborate? Have used the page break from the editor and it appears to work, i.e adds a more link to take you to the rest of the article (mine are only a few hundred words long ergo not over more than two pages). Not exactly ad expert on Wordpress so may be missing what you are point out.
 

Miko

Well-known member
#4
The next page link splits the post over multiple pages.

It will add pagination to a single post.

Give it a go in a test post :)