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CSS Pagination Links

Author: Dynamic Drive

Updated: Aug 30th, 07. Fixed issue in IE7 where select links appear too close together.

Inspired by the pagination interface you see at the footer of Digg.com, this is our version of a CSS pagination links bar, digg style. The links are list based for a cleaner and more semantically approach (in our opinion). The bar itself can easily be left or right aligned, by modifying the "text-align" attribute.

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Date Posted: 08/30/2007

Revision History: Updated: 08/30/2007

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I looked for this kind of pagination css script and finally I found it! Thank you!
Posted by Lorin on 09/01, 04:26 AM
In IE6, the current item is solid blue colour. I'd use cursor: pointer; instead.
Posted by Phil on 09/01, 02:10 PM
Good script. I wonder how I can centralize the buttons?
Posted by Jack on 09/09, 03:56 PM
This kind of pagination code will be on my website. I just love it!
Posted by iWebDir.net on 09/10, 12:37 PM
To centralize, i put it all inside a table, with no borders and no spaicing att all, and then i move the table with buttons.. it works fine for me ^_^
Posted by Alex on 09/11, 11:49 PM
Or just use text-align: center;
Posted by Phil on 09/18, 03:54 AM
I'll use it my new project. Thanks
Posted by softnuggets on 09/18, 08:15 AM
Ok, where you show the code and you can expand or contract the window, I've been looking for something like that for awhile. Is the code for that somewhere on the site?
Posted by Kaleigh on 09/26, 04:00 PM
Great script! I think we can lose the div around it since ul is already a block-level elelement.
Posted by Jan M on 10/05, 03:29 AM
See a different version of the same here script here.
http://indianames.indviews.com
Posted by Indianames on 10/09, 01:50 AM

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