This website talks about how all should only be used with plural nouns. But I'm wanting to say "all the following," and "all the followings" doesn't work. And every and each doesn't work either. I am a native speaker, and I fell like "all the following" is perfectly fine. So, can all be used with a singular noun? And if yes, then why doesn't this violate the grammar (the grammar being " how all should only be used with plural nouns" on the website)?
I realize that "all of the following" works. However I'd prefer to use "all the following." Although if it doesn't work, I'm willing to use "all of" instead of "all".