Adjustly Nextpage

The Adjustly plugin returns the internal support for creating posts to the WordPress Visual and . This is not a post-to-post feature, this is specifically about breaking a single, very long page/post, into multiple pages. We did not create any new features with this plugin, it simply brings back a valuable feature to the toolbar.

Screenshots

After activating the plugin you will see the following buttons appear in your Visual and HTML toolbars:

Wordpress HTML Visual Toolbar Editor

In order to demonstrate this feature I’ll need to ramble on about the services this site offers for 3 or 4 paragraphs to generate enough content to place a . If you came here to learn about the Adjustly Nextpage plugin then you can simply scroll to the bottom of this post where you’ll find the navigation links to jump to the of this post. If you found this page through a Google search and are looking for information about free downloadable PSD graphics and other freebies then the blue text below is factual information to content which does exist on this site, however, you may prefer reading this post.

All the filler text will appear in blue so you know to skip it if you don’t want to learn about this site. When the text is solid black you can start reading again (likely on the next page).

About This Site (filler text)

Still here? Great! PSDCovers is a resource site offering free downloadable Photoshop Cover Actions to 2D Graphic designers. Our Actions are capable of taking your 2D artwork and rendering them onto a 3D product shot in just a few seconds. Need a magazine with your design, we have that. Need a soda bottle with your companies new branding? We have that too. The Actions generate a high resolution megapixel PSD graphic at 300DPI and keeps all the layers intact for you to customize further. Keep in mind that our Actions will get you there 90% of the way to rendering a glossy 3D product but are actually meant to be finished by you. Using multiple cover actions found on this site you can combine the actions into unique compositions that can help you to sell your product online.

How to we do it? We collect random generic product packaging and inspect them to verify that they are manufactured by multiple sources. We do this to ensure it’s generic. For example, an aluminium soda can is easily recognizable by its shape alone, however, the can itself is highly generic and manufactured by thousands of companies around the globe.

Blank Soda Pop Aluminum PSD Can

The same thing can be said about any popular In Style or Graphic magazine. These publications to a great extent tend to share an identical dimensions are near exact aspect ratios, creating an Action to render a magazine is quite easy due to it’s highly generic shape.

Magazine publication manual PSD template

So why do we target generic products? A generic product can generally be used by many more designers than something specific. For example, we have created some actions for Apple iPads on this site and will very likely create additional iPad view as well as iPhone Actions in the near future. And although the iPad is popular with designers and consumers in general, it is actually a very specific product that is easily recognized by its shape alone. The problem is that the iPad Action, because it is so specific, is useless to designers that need to make Samsung Galaxy tablets, or Motorola tablets, or Windows 8 Metro tablets and so on. When an Action is made to fit a specific product it will have a very limited audience of users capable of making use of that Action. The iPad is an exception to our Actions, however, we have no plans for creating brand specific Actions as a general rule.

The Pagination Sample

So here we are, this post is now too long (you be the judge of how long you think your article is). If you are in the HTML or Visual editor all you need to do at this point is click the “Nextpage” button located in the toolbar for either mode and WordPress will now treat this page/post as 2 or more individual, navigatable, pages.

Click the page 2 link below (sample code and downloading is on page 2).

  • gabrijel

    Hello. I am happy with your service, but I have some problems.

    ADJUSTLY NEXT plugin works well except for the following difficulties:

    1. How can I translate the word ”Pages’ or any other word, for example: <> into another (i.e. Slovene) language? I am using this plugin also in WP theme EASEL, where I am also facing this problem.
    Pages: 1 2 3 4

    2. Why does in WordPress TEMPLATE E-COMMERCE theme WAPPOS visually double a display? What happens is as follows:

    Pages: 1 2 3 4
    Pages: 1 2 3 4

    Do I have to type a code/command at the top and/or bottom of the page?

    3. Where exactly and which code in question do I have to type in ”single.php”? Do you need my code in order to answer this question?

    I am kindly asking you for the answer.

  • http://www.psdcovers.com Simon

    @ gabrijel. The nextpage shortcode is a feature of WordPress, our plugin simply makes the feature visible in the toolbar. We do not provide support for the actual functionality of WordPress specific code. As for the WAPPOS theme, I have never heard of it, however, the double display of the navigation tells me the variable was duplicated in your theme.

  • Maic

    Tell you what the code work well with the content bat not for E-Commerce web site!

  • Marinko

    Nice plugin, solved my problem of non appearing 2nd part of splited page.
    but 2nd part now is stretched!
    My theme is coffe n cream

  • Marinko

    As i said, nice plugin, just solved my problem(after 8h) code was at wrong place,

  • Chip

    Hi, I am having problem with the code.. When i clicked on the ‘Page Break’ and after posting it i cannot get the pages.. it simply cut off the first part. I’m using the theme… http://vandelaydesign.com/blog/wp-themes/simple-non-profit/ Please help. Thanks

  • psdcovers

    Without even looking at the source code for the theme you are using I can guess that the issue is there is no support for using this feature. You have to add the code yourself and takes less than 30 seconds. See my instructions here:

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/adjustly-nextpage/other_notes/

  • Chip

    Hi, Thanks for the help. However, after putting the code in Single.php it is still not working… can you take a look http://goo.gl/B6UEF

    Thanks

  • Chip

    The page numbers have appeared but when clicked it does not take me to page 2 or page 3 etc. content remains the same.

  • Chip

    Thanks a lot… it was with the template settings. It is working great.. i thanked you… with some thing from the sidebar! :)

  • psdcovers

    Try the same thing with another theme to see if the results are the same. Try the default WordPress theme if you can. This plugin simply surfaces functionality which is part of the WordPress core and is not dependant on anything in the theme, so this is bizarre behaviour.

  • psdcovers

    I only see your homepage with the countdown meter.

  • Chip

    Hi, Thanks for being very active towards your visitors. I inserted the extra code that was mentioned in the Plugin page and now it works perfectly.

  • psdcovers

    Thanks for the update! :)

  • http://www.technocrews.com/ Mizan

    Thank you for the plugins :)

  • http://www.adroit.co.tz/ adroit.co.tz

    thanks a lot for the plugin, be blessed

  • Ben

    Hi — I’ve installed your excellent-looking plug-in according to its instructions, including adding the supplied line of code to my single.php file (and a related file in my theme, single-project.php), just before the code for comments.

    Unfortunately it doesn’t work as desired. It breaks the layout (text that was in a column spans the window from left to right), and the later pages and pagination beneath don’t appear.

    All suggestions are very welcome. Here’s a sample page from the site I’m building (with the plug-in active, but the non-working “next page” tags removed).

    http://morris.benwolfedesign.com/essay/bill-101/

  • http://www.psdcovers.com/ psdcovers

    Hi Ben, there are too many variables to look into this for you. I took a quick look and there doesn’t appear to be any [nextpage] breaks within your post so I can’t even judge whether you forgot to add the pagebreaks or if they were unceremoniously removed by your theme.

    I’m unfamiliar with your theme and the file single-project.php, and again, this is another area where *variables* can manifest themselves — there is no guarantee that your modified single-project.php has any relation to WordPress’s stock single.php template.

    It looks like the Divi theme is too far removed from the stock WordPress theme that it would require a few hours and some undivided attention by a developer to uncover exactly what the Divi creators removed in order to return this functionality to WordPress.

    I would suggest trying a stock theme from WordPress to at least put your mind at ease that it works — that will pinpoint the Divi theme itself as being the culprit and not the plugin.

    Unfortunately I don’t have the time or bandwidth to debug each individual theme which decides to follow a different design policy than the WordPress developers. (I get asked this quite often through direct emails…:P)

    Hope that helps.

    Sincerely,
    Simon

  • Ben

    Thanks Simon. I understand completely.

    It appears that a theme of the sophistication of Divi (it’s responsive, includes a page builder, etc.) should support the WordPress approach without requiring a plugin, and I’m pursuing that approach with the theme developer.

    Your PSDCovers are an amazing resource.

  • devhimanshu

    Its already work without this plugin
    I want plugin that display post pagination and open next page post without page refresh.
    So anyone help me for that..