Plugin Reviews

Multipage Plugin

Order your posts in subpages: multipage posts will have a table of contents linking single subpages with their titles.

13 reviews
Average Rating
4.2 out of 5 stars
Not Yet Done
By , for WP 4.2.2

For what it does, this plugin does fine. However, it could do so much more. Sub-Sub pages (and on down the line) for one. Having the TOC appear on the front page is another. Having it work with post types other than posts would also be useful.

Otherwise I rather like it. Unlike a certain other sub (child) page plugin this one is easy to work with, and doesn't require unnecessary fussing around. I recommend it.

By , for WP 4.1.1

Great, little, easy to use addon that improves your news-style-page very much.

Just what I was looking for!
By , for WP 4.1.1

I was looking for at way to create links within my text to the following pages, when I came across this plugin - brilliant!

# I would love to have a big fat button at the buttom of my pages leading to the following page. Did some CSS adjustment myself to make the existing link more eye-catching.
# I would like to be able to put the table of content at a place of my choice - i.e. at the top of the pages / the first page.

By , for WP 4.1.1

It works flawlessly and it is very simple to use.

Works very well
By , for WP 4.1

Thank you for the plugin!

Just what I wanted
By ,


Thank you.

Why"Intro" Text in 1st pagination
By , for WP 4.0

Nice plugin
but why its showing a title for every pagination.
its showing "intro" text, next to my post title; and other titles on each pagination's.
it good to enable or disable this title issue.

Works great !
By , for WP 3.9.2

Thanks for this plugin. Really usefull

Works well
By , for WP 3.9.1

I've never used multi-pages for a post before but my wife's travel writing website requires it since it profiles long essays by authors. The theme didn't like the <!--nextpage--> tag, even after inserting the relevant code into the loop on the template page.

This plugin was exactly what I was looking for. It's simple, so for those requiring a styled solution you might want to look elsewhere. My two gripes are the insertion of the word 'Intro' on the first page, and the fact it is putting my next and previous page links after my social share buttons, which looks odd, but these are nothing that can't be fixed with a bit of CSS.

Good for SEO!
By , for WP 3.8.1

Version 1.1.4 it supports template Yoast WP SEO titles. Use the template%% page%%%% title%%.

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