Enables existing WordPress functionality to allow page breaks in your posts and pages.
Yes! However, this plugin makes use of Qtags which were introduced in WordPress 3.3 so the functionality is limited to WordPress installations 3.3 and above.
This plugin simply surfaces a feature that has been subdued by the WordPress team in order to streamline the Visual and HTML editors. The decision to hide a range of buttons was to reduce the amount of clutter in the admin UI and only leave the absolute minimum that users needed to create content. If you need more tools you could read the codex and learn what other shortcodes exist etc.
In short, once you start using the
<!--nextpage--> in your posts you are stuck with the results. It's no different that deciding you no-longer want any
<b> tags to work after using them in every single page and post for months on end.
When you disable this plugin, the "next page" buttons will disappear from the HTML and Visual editor toolbars but any pages and post that made use of
<!--nextpage--> will continue to be treated as multi-page posts. Remember, this functionality is built into WordPress and has nothing to do with this plugin. This plugin only makes the button visible in the editors.
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