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Please read the readme page before installing (or upgrading from version 1 to version 2).


A system for assembling, managing, and creating navigation elements for multi-page articles. You can have Textpattern treat a Multidoc collection as a single unit (optional), while you get the benefit of dividing long articles into parts.


  • automatically-generated navigation links, pagers, and tables of contents
  • easy collection management, with unlimited levels of structure (chapters, sub-sections, what have you)
  • filter sub-pages out of your front page article lists (if you want to), while keeping them available for search results
  • MLP-ready (I think; untested)


  • PHP 5
  • the soo_txp_obj library plugin
  • the *soo_multidoc plugin
  • the soo_multidoc_admin admin plugin
  • a web hosting account with MySQL CREATE TABLE privileges

Full details here: Multidoc

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Initially released:
4 Feb 2009
Posted here:
04 Feb 2009
Article modified:
23 Feb 2017

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