Pagination refers to the splitting of information across multiple pages and the related navigation control.

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responsive, paginated tiles

We're displaying a paginated collection of tiles (fixed width and height) within a variable width container. We have an upper limit of showing only 15 tiles per page due to the server resources ...
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Long table pagination

I have a very long table (it's supposed to be long and go beyond one screen,though number of rows may vary) and I'm thinking what is the best way to present such data. My current problem is joining ...
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Appropriate language for single result on last page

I am working on a website that has paged search results. At the top of each page, I am showing where the user is in the set of pages, using the typical "Showing X - Y of Z results" language (with an ...
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Is there a user engagement benefit to breaking a long page into two pages?

I'm working on a site where many of the pages are around 2,000 words. The owner feels that user engagement is low and would like to break the pages into 2 parts to avoid 'reader shock' at the long ...
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Pagination vs Scroll in Datagrid

Normally, we can use pagination and scroll in a datagrid when it has too many records. How to balance when to use pagination or scroll, considering consistency in standard guideline in a whole ...
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How many items should a list optimally display? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is 10 search results per page the best? We have a webshop where the products are listed in rows of 3, each being 340 pixels high. One of our categories now has 38 ...
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Forward/back 10 pages

Here's the nav bar I've made for scrolling through pages The double left/right arrow go back/forward 10 pages. Is this the best way to show that? Should I have text that says something like "+10"? ...
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Should I adopt infinite scrolling or classical pagination?

I own a Single page application (web) displaying a list of items. Each item represents an announcement, imagine for example some bids. A user can list the current bids, and click on one of them ...
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Justification for Page Titles

So our current product does not have titles for pages at all. Talking with the dev team, they feel like page titles are not necessary and take up too much screen space. Anyone have validation on this? ...
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Pagination in a table showing lots of rows in a thick client (application)

The application which I am working on requires to show log of all activities that has been performed by users. The log table will get long as the application is used. User can select rows and print or ...
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hierarchical tables?

I have a shallow tree to display: action -> action item -> error There can be millions of actions, tens to thousands of items per action and (usually) 0 to 1 errors per item. There can be also errors ...
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What's the best way to display hierarchical tabular data (parent/child relationship) while allowing both pagination and search?

I've run into a brick wall while trying to come up with a suitable tabular user interface for showing hierarchical data in a table while at the same time including a search interface and pagination. ...
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Pagination at bottom of pages only

I'm considering having the pagination menu shown only at the bottom of pages on my website Also to save screen real estate on mobile devices The pagination looks like this PAGE 1/3 >> or ...
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Pagination - Display Previous Page on Page 1? (Likewise with Next on the last page.)

Let's say you have a very standard pagination setup. < Previous Page 1 2 3 ... 9 Next Page > On page 1 would you display the Previous Page button? And along the same lines, would you ...
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Is it advisable to combine a single- with a multi-page site?

I'm not sure what this is called, but when a site's navigation takes you to the relevant section on the same page that the navigation is on. Here's an example (click "Home" at the bottom): ...
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Representing conditionally visible screen elements

Does anyone have any ideas on how to represent, in a wireframe, elements that may or may not be visible on a screen? For example, suppose I was doing up a wireframe to show a list of bookings for a ...
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Pagination Design

We are working on a pagination model with a text box entry for entering page number. I would like to solicit your feedback on the below mentioned scenarios in terms of usability and accessibility. ...
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Why paginate/page break an infinitely scrolling dynamic list?

There is no shortage of pagination questions on UX.SE. Still, something struck me recently while looking through Google's Image search: it's a dynamically-loaded, infinitely-scrollable list with ...
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Indicate action only effects the current page

A user will be able to click a link in the th of a table (table holds list of products) to clear all inputs in table column. If there are more than a certain amount of products, the table will be ...
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Suggestions for a page with a variable amount of large tables

I'm building a reporting application. Reports are configured dynamically, and can contain any number of tables that are placed spaced vertically, where tables can be very large both in width and ...
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Pagination vs Scroll in is iOS apps (ecommerce) [duplicate]

Do you have any detailed study on expected navigation patterns in iOS applications, especially in ecommerce apps? We are designing a photo shoot & order application and I would like to get to ...
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Multiple level alphabetical pagination [closed]

I want to paginate a long list of words by alphabet in multiple levels (by first letter, then by second letter, and so on). What are possible ways to do this?