After that, you can preview and publish the blog post. You will now see post pagination at the bottom of the content.
Method 2. Split WordPress Post into Multiple Pages Using a Plugin
Another way to break lengthy content into various pages is by using a WordPress plugin. The benefit of this method is that it will automatically paginate posts when it meets certain criteria.
For this method, we will use the free Automatically Paginate Posts plugin, as it’s easy to use and works with any WordPress theme.
First, install and activate the Automatically Paginate Posts plugin on your WordPress website. For more details, go through our tutorial on how to install a WordPress plugin.
Once the plugin is active on your site, go to Settings » Reading and scroll down to the ‘Automatically Paginate Posts’ section.
You can select the post types to split into different pages. After that, choose whether to split posts by the total number of pages or approximate words per page.
Next, click the ‘Save Change’ button to store your settings.
The plugin will automatically split your content based on your settings. However, you can also add page breaks manually to your content while using the plugin.