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I'm working on the pagination topic for a responsive project. I'd like to have some feedbacks from you regarding this solution.

Scenario:

  • pagination for the search results page;
  • pagination for category listing page;
  • we can't use infinite scroll because we have on the top of the listing (different adv for each pages) the special offers from our sellers (they pay for this feature);

Questions:

  • make sense to hide the page numbers in the XS view;
  • make sense to hide the prev and next links when the user is in the first/last page?

Mockups:

Normal views Normal views

  • Both your mockups seem to be the same image (although different filenames). Can you check these are correct and replace if necessary? Also, for reference - StackExchange uses markdown, not html for markup in posts. – JonW Nov 26 '14 at 10:03
  • Sorry for that, I updated the images – Luigi Auditore Rossini Nov 26 '14 at 13:01
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Also in the SM, MD, LG Pagination you could remove one number in both ends having:

< Prev  1 2 ... 79 80  Next >

Instead of:

< Prev  1 2 3 ... 78 79 80  Next >
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I would agree with both your questions.

Rather than full removal of the numbers perhaps you could replace the numbers with a drop down on mobile devices possibly.

This would allow people who wish to jump to a specific page the ability to still do this.

You could also only show the page numbers (links or dropdown) if the number of results is more than 2 or 3 pages.

  • Hi Stephen We've got a lot of pages for our categories. Our platform is for buying and bidding and the search results page is very crowded. – Luigi Auditore Rossini Nov 26 '14 at 13:03

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