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It likely depends on what navigation controls you have on your page. If pagination is the only way you can navigate, then for sure having pagination on both top and bottom would be helpful. If you have filters or faceted search, then that will just clutter up the screen. Users have better ways of finding what they need. They're more likely to refine their ...


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Show it at the top. In my experience on ecomm product grids, users are more likely to visit subsequent pages if you tell them up front that they exist. It gives them awareness of the number of available options. It also allows them to jump ahead quickly if they already know the first pages doesn't have what they're after. Granular control when necessary ...



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