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This app provides one tiny but useful template filter for page navigation

Project description

This app provides only one tiny template filter for now. It allows you to output page navigation like this:

1 ... 6 7 _8_ 9 10 ... 32

(where 8 is the current page number).

Usage

Add intellipages to INSTALLED_APPS. In your templates do:

{% load intellipages %}

{% for p in page|intellipages %}
    {% if p %}
        {% ifequal p page.number %}
            {{ p }}
        {% else %}
            <a href="?page={{ p }}">{{ p }}</a>
        {% endifequal %}
    {% else %}
        ...
    {% endif %}
{% endfor %}

(where page is a django.core.paginator.Page instance).

Or:

{% load intellipages %}

{% for p in paginator|intellipages:number %}
    {% if p %}
        {% ifequal p number %}
            {{ p }}
        {% else %}
            <a href="?page={{ p }}">{{ p }}</a>
        {% endifequal %}
    {% else %}
        ...
    {% endif %}
{% endfor %}

(where page is a django.core.paginator.Paginator instance, and number is a variable of type int).

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