@blogolizator I have watched the video but in visual editor, there is nothing anything which is breaking the post into pages, can you please install the classic editor of WordPress and show HTML code of post where the page is breaking.
After deactivating the plugin, this appears http://joxi.ru/Q2Kz7WLcwD9G6m?d=1
I have now disabled and removed two plugins that apparently conflicted with yours. The problem is gone. But I didn’t remember what plugins I deleted, so I can’t tell you how to find a solution. In any case, thank you for trying to solve the problem!
To close this message branch on a good note, I will say that I would like to use your plugin. However, I am stopped by the possibility of repeating similar problems with other plugins.
Can you tell me if this screenshot shows how your plugin works in the pro version? Are these standard settings or do I need to work with styles?
And one more question that I didn’t understand – does the plugin work only in the posts that I specify, or in all the blog posts at once?
@blogolizator thank you for the efforts acknowledgement, it helps to continue the support for open-source.
1) Pro version brings predefined styles with it, you don’t need to work on styles but maybe a little padding or position settings in case of disturbance due to theme CSS.
2) This plugin works with all posts and pages at once, wherever you will break the posts with standard pagebreak available in block editor. It’s a default feature of WordPress, this plugin is simply stylizing it in a different way.
Thank you @abdulrazzaq4085 for active participation on this thread.
@blogolizator This plugin does not insert any page break automatically in posts. It works only with specific posts in which users insert the page break.
Okay, thanks. I will buy the plugin, I hope there will be no problems in the future. If there are any questions I can contact you for help?
Yes, support thread is available to report problems in FREE version and for advanced version you can directly reach to me.