Using nextpage tag on posts, put the current page # at the top of each page?

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    dcjk4
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    I’m using wp_link_pages() to use the <–nextpage–> function on my posts, and I was wondering if anyone knows how to put the current page # somewhere near the top of the post on the subsequent pages? For example, a title that was “World’s Best Hotdogs” would become “World’s Best Hotdogs (page 2)”, or perhaps in a subtitle type style where
    “World’s Best Hotdogs”
    would become
    “World’s Best Hotdogs
    Page 2″

    I know it’s not necessary, but i feel like the small “Pages: 1 2” at the bottom doesn’t sufficiently call attention to the fact that you’re on page 2 for those who might come in on any page but the first.

    The blog I need help with is corriannaruth.com.

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    The blog you specified at corriannaruth.com does not appear to be hosted at WordPress.com.

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