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#157 2015-10-21 15:26:02

etc
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

Before releasing the next version, I want to put the “gaps” to contribution. Currently, they are just visual indicators, like this:

1 2 3 4 5 ... 100

The idea is to transform them into links to some intermediate value:

1 2 3 4 5 10 100

This value (10 above) can be chosen closer to the main range (1 2 3 4 5) or to the last link (100) following some numeric attribute. I need a clever name for this attribute: scale, drift, any ideas?

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#158 2015-10-21 15:30:08

philwareham
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

scale sounds fine to me, in this sense.

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#159 2015-10-21 15:38:48

etc
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

Thanks, Phil. Then which value of scale looks more natural for the linear scale (would give a link to page 53 = (5+100)/2 here): 0 or 1?

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#160 2015-10-25 05:40:35

raminrahimi
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

could you please help me how to make etc_pagination to paginate through ajax ?
i mean all the pagination should work without reloading the page.
thanks

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#161 2015-10-25 13:17:13

etc
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

raminrahimi wrote #296183:

could you please help me how to make etc_pagination to paginate through ajax ?
i mean all the pagination should work without reloading the page.

Sorry, I don’t understand, isn’t that what you have done here?

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#162 2015-10-25 19:08:53

etc
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

The home site version is now enhanced with linked gaps and scale attribute.

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#163 2015-10-27 08:05:52

raminrahimi
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

etc wrote #296188:

Sorry, I don’t understand, isn’t that what you have done here?

That was jscroll all the paginated pages was appending to one page that was solved :-) but now i want to just paginate the specific area using ajax.
following example paginating and reloading whole page, but need to paginate through ajax

<div id="recent" class="recent">
<txp:article_custom section="news" limit="3" offset='<txp:etc_offset pgcounter="page" pageby="3" />' pgonly="0">
	<txp:title />
</txp:article_custom>
</div>
<txp:etc_pagination pages='<txp:etc_numpages section="news" limit="3" />'
	mask="{prev}{next}" range="0" pgcounter="page"
	prev="<a href='{href}' class='jscroll'>Prev</a>"
	next="<a href='{href}' class='jscroll'>Next</a>"
/>

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#164 2015-10-27 10:34:26

etc
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

So, you need to replace instead of append? If so, try this (include jQuery first):

<div id="wrapper">
<div id="recent" class="recent">
	<txp:article_custom section="news" limit="3" offset='<txp:etc_offset pgcounter="page" pageby="3" />' pgonly="0">
		<txp:title />
	</txp:article_custom>
</div>
<txp:etc_pagination pages='<txp:etc_numpages section="news" limit="3" />'
	mask="{prev}{next}" range="0" pgcounter="page"
	prev="<a href='{href}' class='jscroll'>Prev</a>"
	next="<a href='{href}' class='jscroll'>Next</a>"
/>
</div>

<script>
$(function () {
	$("#wrapper").on("click","a.jscroll",function(event) {
		event.preventDefault();
		$("#wrapper").load($(this).attr("href")+" #wrapper>*");
	});
});
</script>

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#165 2015-10-28 16:48:19

raminrahimi
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

Aha thanks ETC ! that’s great, works fine for me :-)
if i want to have all the navigations as well like 1, 2, 3…. what to do ?

Last edited by raminrahimi (2015-10-28 17:00:45)

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#166 2016-04-06 13:38:46

Karsten
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

Can someone help me. I’m implementing ‘Foundation” to create a responsive website. Foundation has some handy ready to use css styles for pagination, however, there require additional codes to be added to the <a> links. I can’t figure out if, and if so, how this can be done with etc_pagination.

See http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/pagination.html for examples

I would like to simply use the example tag provided in the help file: <txp:etc_pagination range=“2” prev=“Previous” next=“Next” wraptag=“ul” break=“li” />

Adding [ atts=’“pagination” role=“navigation” aria-label=“Pagination”’ ] takes care of the Foundation-required code in the UL but I can’t figure out how I can get the required additional code in the <a> links to make it work.

Anyone has any suggestions?

Alternatively, is it possible to add a class=“whatever” tag to the <a> links generated by etc_pagination. Currently I have know idea how to style them, as <span> doesn’t seem to work in combination with Foundation.

Last edited by Karsten (2016-04-06 13:40:32)

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#167 2016-04-06 13:43:23

philwareham
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

Karsten wrote #298526:

Can someone help me…

Hi Karsten,

Perhaps example 3 in the plugin’s GitHub documentation will help you achieve what you want?

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#168 2016-04-07 12:37:38

etc
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Re: etc_pagination: paginate everything

Karsten wrote #298526:

Anyone has any suggestions?

What is your suggestion? Things would be easier if etc_pagination were always supposed to generate <a> tags, but this would exclude, say, <select> link construction on the plugin’s page. Maybe, this is the way to go, though I’d rather prefer etc_pagination generate only page numbers/hrefs/rels and leave all wrapping to users. Currently, it is somewhere in between.

Alternatively, is it possible to add a class=“whatever” tag to the <a> links generated by etc_pagination.

Yes, etc_query can totally alter any markup, try

<txp:etc_query data='<txp:etc_pagination />' replace="//a@@class=whatever@aria-label=whatelse" />

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