1. John

    Is it possible to limit the number of page breaks that could be used by a client (multi-site user?)!

    I would like to only permit 2 ‘breaks’: i.e 3 pages!

    would appreciate your help with this.


  2. Helen

    I have just added the code that you suggest in the function.php of my website.
    As it doesn’t work I delete it again (only this and nothing else!!!) and now….I can not even have access on my website!!!!!
    I try for admin log and a message like this appears: Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by ………
    Can you tell me what I should do now, after destroying my website????????

  3. sean

    Is the next page button only for posts/pages with a page break? Or can I use it to go between two separate pages on my site?


  4. Eric

    I’d like to add text to my “next” button in WordPress. For instance:

    “Next: Starting your car”

    Not sure of what the code is to make that happen. Thanks!

  5. Fatima

    Thank you for sharing this post.
    I was wondering if we can add a page break in the WordPress Elementor using the same code? And if yes, could you please let us know how to do that?

  6. zobacz

    I get pleasure from, result in I discovered just what I was looking for.

    You’ve ended my 4 day long hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day.

  7. vinit

    i have create a page break Eg: (page: 1 2 3)
    but I want to change colour of 1 2 3
    its displaying black & white.
    how can i change?????

  8. Andy Globe

    I’m utilising the most recent post (1 post) on the homepage to display the title of the following day and nothing else.

    Currently, clicking on the “Older Posts” link on the homepage, e.g. homepage.com, takes you to: homepage.com/page/2/ rather than homepage.com/url for next post.

    The issue is that I have various backgrounds for each article and would want to see them instead of the post shown over the homepage backdrop.

    Any suggestions on how to accomplish this?


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