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Automatically Paginate Posts

Automatically paginate posts by inserting the <!--nextpage--> Quicktag into WordPress posts, pages, or custom post type content.

Where do I set the plugin's options

The plugin's options are added to the built-in Reading settings page in WordPress.

Can I disable the plugin's functionality for specific posts, pages, or custom post type objects?

Yes, the plugin adds a metabox to individual items in supported post types that allows the autopaging to be disabled on a per-post basis.

How can I add support for my custom post type?

Navigate to Settings > Reading in WP Admin to enable this plugin for your custom post type.

You can also use the filter autopaging_post_types to add support by appending your post type's name to the array.

What filters does this plugin include?

  • autopaging_post_types - modify the post types supported by this plugin. Will override the values set under Settings > Reading.
  • autopaging_num_pages_default - modify the default number of pages over which a post is displayed. Will override the value set under Settings > Reading.
  • autopaging_max_num_pages - override the maximum number of pages available in the settings page dropdown when the paging type is "pages".
  • autopaging_max_num_words - override the minimum number of words allowed per page page when the paging type is "words".
  • autopaging_num_pages - change the number of pages content is displayed on at runtime. Filter provides access to the full post object in addition to the number of pages.
  • autopaging_num_words - change the number of words displayed per page at runtime. Filter provides access to the full post object in addition to the number of words.

Requires: 3.4 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-3-4
Downloads: 6,909

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