WordPress users all know how to use the “more” quicktag which lets authors to display a cutoff point where the users will have to press a link to read more of a post’s contents. But few people know that you could also make wordpress to publish your post into several pages. This can be done using the “nextpage” quicktag. However, some themes don’t have that functionality implmented, but here’s a simple fix.
wp_link_pages() is the template tag that are needed to be include in the WordPress template files in order to show the paginated page links. wp_link_pages() will display page links for the cutoff point at each . Normally, wp_link_pages() is added at the end of the post or page loop.
So next time when you have a long article, make it into several pages by using the “nextpage” quicktag