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  • smergold

    (@smergold)


    Hi there

    after spending some hours while looking for pagination in wordpress 2.9, i found out, that there is a “tag” <!–nextpage–> for doing a pagebreak.

    It does not work. WordPress will stop working at this tag. Each text after this nextpage-tag will be ignored, and there is no link for moving to the next page.

    <!–more–> will work when using only one time in an article.

    What i have to do now for setting up pagination?

    I run wordpress 2.9 on Linux (openSuse 11.1) with Apache and MySQL. Plugins: WP-Syntax
    Theme: “corporate” (http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/corporate)

    Thanks a lot for any help
    Smergold

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  • Edward Caissie

    (@cais)

    Theme Review Admin, The JellyBeen Man

    The theme in question does not “support” the <!–nextpage–> tag. You will need to add to the single.php template file, at the least, the function wp_link_pages(). This is generally added immediately after the function call for the_content().

    Here is some reading material on the function:
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Tags/wp_link_pages

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