Spliting your WordPress Post in multiple pages can be benifite in no. of ways. It can increase your pageviews, ads impression and also help users to navigate through different part of the post. It can also reduce your bounce rate and increases users engagement. But, sometimes users don’t like to visit multiple pages. So, keep this mind and move to our tutorial in which we’ll see how to Split your WordPress post in no.of pages (pagination).

The pagination examples are given below.

Page break example

As you can see in the screenshot that there are page numbers at the bottom of screenshot through which user can navigate to the next part of the post.

Method 1 – Using Classic Editor

If you are a classic editor user, then you can simply add <!––nextpage––> tag in your HTML Editor.

<!––nextpage––> tag in classic editor

Note – Don’t put this tag in visual editor. It will work as paragraph if you added in visual editor.

Method 2 – Block Editor

In block editor, simply add a block of pagebreak, shortcut key is Alt + Shift + P and it will automatically create no. of page for your page.

Page break in Block editor

After adding this block, you will see a horizontal line in your editor and your post will be divide in multiple pages.

Method 3 – With a Plugin

The plugin will automatically creates pagination after certain no. of words. You can set after how much words count post will be divide. It is good for those who want pagination of post automatically, otherwise, i will suggest you to go with Method 1 or 2.

The plugins name is Automatically Paginate Posts, you can set after how many words pagination will be created for post.

Hope, this article helped you. Comment down any question that you have. We’ll try to solve it as soon as possible.