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  • I just installed wp and dont’ have the option to split the post into more than one page. There is “more” on there but it just goes to the full article on another page.

    How can this be done? thanks

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  • Please see this thread for a similar discussion:
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/51970

    Just type <!--nextpage--> and it will work. Or, to get it back in the Quicktags, see this topic: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/33405

    like the other post said, it doesnt’ work in the Strayhorn version. I’ve got some pretty big articles and would like it if they can be broken up into multiple pages.

    Don’t argue, just try it – because it works!
    http://www.transycan.net/blogtest/2005/07/05/integrate/
    Using WP 1.5.2

    What works? Just putting in <!–nextpage–> ? It didn’t work and yes I did try it. It gave the same results that others got.

    Maybe you should read the link you posted, seems that it didn’t work for others either.

    Do you have the <?php wp_link_pages(); ?> template tag in your index.php template? If not, of course, it doesn’t work.

    I appreciate when somebody is trying to be helpful, but you are going about it in a very bad way. I asked a question, tried the answer, and it didn’t work for me. Nothing was ever mentioned about the wp_link_pages so “of course” I wouldn’t know about it. If you are going to help, be helpful and not sarcastic.

    I looked in the index.php and didn’t see that so I’ll have to search and see where it goes.

    Sorry, it should be there in every well designed theme. You never mentioned which theme is active on your blog.
    Put it in the feedback div, e.g. like this:
    <div class="feedback">
    <?php wp_link_pages(); ?>
    <?php comments_popup_link(__('Comments (0)'), __('Comments (1)'), __('Comments (%)'), 'commentlink'); ?>
    </div>

    thanks, I’m using the Firefox theme and that <div> isn’t there – I didn’t see it in the default theme either

    going to see if I can work it in

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