Order your posts in subpages: multipage posts will have a table of contents linking single subpages with their titles.
Multipage Plugin for WordPress (formerly sGR Nextpage Titles) will make you able to order a post in multipages, giving each subpage a title and having a table of contents on the first or on every subpage.
Forget about extremely lengthy pages, diffculty to find a post section. With Multipage Plugin you can divide every post into many subpages, giving them a title. Then a table of contents will appear to redirect your visitors to the wanted post subpage.
Every subpage will generate a different page view, so your statistics will benefit.
The old WordPress code is not useful anymore. Even if you do not indicate a title for your
[nextpage] code, sGR Nextpage Titles will use a default title in the form "Page #".
Multipage plugin comes with a minimal css in order to make the user customization simpler. You can create a new multipage.css file and put it in the theme folder /css/ so you can use your own CSS. It is important not to change the file provided with the plugin because at the first following update it will be lost. The second option is to modify the Multipage Plugin CSS in your own theme CSS, overriding the standard classes.
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Requires: 3.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.3
Last Updated: 4 months ago
Active Installs: 1,000+
2 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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