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How to create 1 post in 2 seperate pages.

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profoundtigger

I've noticed most of my post are too long and uses too many images. This is slowing down the loading time for my visitors. I need to start creating 1 post that would consist of 2 pages. How would i go about in order to achieve this?

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Simon
There is a 'more' button in the post editor.

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Martin Bay
@profoundtigger as mentioned you can use the more buttom i look a bit like this ---- Or you can go in to "Pagelines > Settings > Blog & Posts" and play with the settings. Try and tick this: "Posts/Blog page" under the section "Post Excerpt or Summary Handling". You then need to fill out the excerpt. Here is an example of the first (more) http://imagesbybay.com Here is an example of the last (Post Excerpt) http://imagesbyrosendal.com this had the same problem - lots of images. Good luck playing with you theme.

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profoundtigger
That wasn't my question... a good example would be here: http://www.financialjesus.com/how-to-get-rich/top-10-worlds-richest-countries/ as you can see his post was getting too long so on the bottom there was a link that was linking to part 2 and his second page also links back to part 1. I'd highly doubt he created a second post as well. both post 1 and post 2 is from the same page, just seperate.

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Simon
Yes indeed there is a 'more' button in the wordpress post/page editor screen. You click it and it inserts the more tag. The post is then split at that point. http://en.support.wordpress.com/splitting-content/more-tag/

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