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In some of my websites, I'm fond of using the <!--nextpage--> tag to separate an article in different pages.
I've noticed that the required function, wp_link_pages(), is just called for the page templates, but not for the articles (single.php). This is easy to add, though, all that is needed is to place the same code just after the_content() around line 30 or so:
Now I was expecting to see some styling for this, but apparently there is none. Is there any styling you recommend? Many themes from the competition have very fancy styling, with big, large tabs that are clearly visible, and so forth. We just get a very plain list of numbers with underlines for the links... for instance, the page navigation styling for this very forum is rather elegant and catches the attention!
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