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Multipage Plugin

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

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The only working multipage plugin für wordpress
By , for WP 4.4.2

IMHO this is the only working multipage plugin für wordpress. Ok, it doesn't scan the content for h1,h2, h3 or any other subheadlines and set the <next page> automatically. You have to do it by your self. So, it's a little extra work. But it works!

My wishes for the next or premium version are ...

... an option to set the subpage tag automtically
... for SEO-reasons a different text in the subtitle and in the TOC
... a widget.
... some styling options, like splitt the TOC in two columns if the TOC has mor than X rows.
... hide the first point of the TOC in the content.

Handy!
By , for WP 4.4.2

I love these kind of plugins that don't have a lot of options but work as intended, with no bugs or conflits. Great job!
However, it would be nice to have an option of hiding the title tag (h2) from rendering, because usually that title is on the user's original content.

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.

Nice plugin - needs a bit more user custo options
By , for WP 3.8

Hi,
Really nice plugin! It could be really cool to have a short code to put the Table of Content wherever we want and deactivate the default bottom position (now the ToC displays under my related posts... Not very user friendly to navigate :)

Do you have any plan to integrate this feature?

Great job anyway, I'l have to wait the next version to use it properly though,
Julien

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