Zebra_Pagination, a generic, Twitter Bootstrap compatible, pagination class written in PHP

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  • Manuel, 2014-12-20, 23:52

    Hi Stefan Thanks for the library.

    I pass variables by the method get:
    and htaccess:
    RewriteRule ^valoraciones-del-profesional/([0-9]+)/([a-zA-Z-]+) profesional-valoraciones.php?prof=$1&name=$2 [L]

    the problem is when paged to a page, just shows me first.
    I have read the corresponding base_url documentation, but I do not understand.
    The problem occurs when variables step by url

    thanks for this formidable library!!!

  • Manuel, 2014-12-21, 00:25

    Finally, it seems that I solved with:


    • AZ, 2016-01-05, 11:25

      Could you please share the details of the method?
      I am also stuck in the same problem..

  • sachin shukla, 2015-01-07, 10:43


    it worked in a single hit.you rocks.awesome library…will use it again.

  • Oliver Jones, 2015-01-27, 12:37

    I’d like to have the pagination links on the top of the list instead of at the bottom? Thanks for great script 🙂

  • Oleg, 2015-04-28, 15:46

    Super!!! Mega! Thank’s for SEO

  • Jake, 2015-05-28, 23:35

    I had it working and then I had to switch from my old connection to a mysqli connection. Now it does not work – could that be related?


  • Viktor, 2015-11-24, 13:18

    I think that it would be great to add templating. Because it’s not good to change class code to change to …

  • Abhishek Bharadwaj, 2016-01-13, 21:08

    Thanks. It’s an awesome pagination script. highly recommended

  • Vikas Chauhan, 2016-03-09, 16:56

    Superb! code. Thanks

  • Fede, 2016-10-18, 09:01

    Should be nice to add the ability to remove zeroes at the beginning of numbers…

    If you have 10000 pages page 1 shows up as 000001… while it would be way better to see just “1”.

  • Stephen, 2016-10-21, 15:51

    I am in love with the pagination class. Great work

  • Jérôme, 2017-04-11, 20:24

    first, thank you for your script. It is very usefull and well documented. But i have a problem. When i use method url, it seems that avoid_duplicate_content doesn’t work. For the first page, i get always one. If i use method get, all is fine ? How can i do ?
    Thanks in advance.
    Best regards.



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