The Pagination Styles module makes it easy for seasoned developers and lay WordPress users to manage CSS classes and id’s as well as most wp_link_pages() parameters, save those managed by the Scrolling Pagination module. Instead of digging through theme code, fumbling with parameter arrays, and checking syntax, customize your site’s page lists as many ways as you can imagine using WordPress’ intuitive administration framework.
First, download, install, and activate the basic Page-Links Plus plugin from the WordPress plugin directory. (It’s free.) This will create a new top-level admin menu titled “Page-Links Plus” where you can globally enable/disable a single-page option for your page lists. (Learn more »)
Add Other Modules
Trade tedious in-line <!–nextpage–> tags for the Auto Pagination module: a site-wide management tool that allows you to paginate posts and pages quickly and uniformly.
For longer posts and pages, use the Scrolling Pagination module to integrate custom-length, scrolling page lists.