In the Wordpress backend panel you have the option of writing new pages or a new blog post. These options differ because of how Wordpress organizes content, and how the dates are formatted. But what’s interesting about Wordpress posts is that you can quickly split up content into multiple page articles.
This technique will force readers to click a link leading onto the next page. It is very simple to implement into any blog theme, so you won’t need to deal with a whole lot of customizations. In this article I want to introduce multiple page blog posts and how you can set them up for your own website.
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Wordpress users are not often familiar with custom post formats. These are different bits of information you may use to customize the content you publish on a blog. The most notorious example of post formats is on the Tumblr dashboard where you may select a number of options including text, photo, quote, video, or audio.
These same post formats are available in Wordpress and may be used inside your theme files. I want to use this article as a brief introduction into using post formats inside Wordpress. Web developers looking to customize formats should have at least basic knowledge of PHP. But much of the code is already out there online, so it is not difficult to study on your own.