Plugin for paging long index pages.
Pyblosxom uses the num_entries configuration variable to prevent more than num_entries being rendered by cutting the list down to num_entries entries. So if your num_entries is set to 20, you will only see the first 20 entries rendered.
The paginate overrides this functionality and allows for paging.
This plugin comes with Pyblosxom. To install, do the following:
Add Pyblosxom.plugins.paginate to your load_plugins list variable in your config.py file.
Make sure it’s the first plugin in the load_plugins list so that it has a chance to operate on the entry list before other plugins.
add the $(page_navigation) variable to your head or foot (or both) templates. this is where the page navigation HTML will appear.
Here are some additional configuration variables to adjust the behavior:
Defaults to 0.
This is the number to start counting from. Some folks like their pages to start at 0 and others like it to start at 1. This enables you to set it as you like.
Example:py["paginate_count_from"] = 1
Defaults to “<<”.
This is the text for the “previous page” link.
Defaults to “>>”.
This is the text for the “next page” link.
Defaults to 1.
This allows you to change the link style of the paging.
Style 0: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... >>
Style 1:Page 1 of 4 >>
If you want a style different than that, you’ll have to copy the plugin and implement your own style.
This plugin doesn’t work with static rendering. The problem is that it relies on the querystring to figure out which page to show and when you’re static rendering, only the first page is rendered. At some point, someone will fix this.
Plugin is distributed under license: MIT
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