WordPress Posts, Pages and pagination

Off course this post is just to see if it works. I don’t do lengthy posts. 😉

Two caveats: 1. You need to enter the nextpage-keyword in the HTML code. I don’t think it’ll work when you’re using the WYSIWYG-editor. 2. The post preview window doesn’t understand the paginating.

Update: It doesn’t work for the homepage. There’s a cut-off, but the page navigation doesn’t show. Added the <!--more--> to get a more clean cut-off.

15 thoughts on “WordPress Posts, Pages and pagination”

  1. sorry to re-open an year old post but next-page tag works even in the home page, all you have to do is to put in the index.php or home.php the code:

    <?php link_pages(); ?>

    PS: i was searching something about wordpress pagination and i found your post 🙂

  2. Thanks a lot!
    I’m writing just the lengthy articles you mentioned. BTW, I landed on this page from the “wordpress pagination” phrase on Google. Good seo 😛

  3. I have been scouring the web for this answer and all I got was pages of coding. Yours was sooo simple. Thank you!!!!!!!!!

  4. I’ve got a problem: sometimes my posts are splitted, but the pagination menu is not shown. I am using , and pages really exist, but “1 2 3 ” is not shown. What could be the problem?

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