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EPrints::Paginate - Methods for rendering a paginated List
- $xhtml = EPrints::Paginate->paginate_list( $session, $basename, $list, %opts )
- Render a "paginated" view of the list i.e. display a "page" of items with links to navigate through the list.
- $basename is the basename to use for pagination-specific CGI parameters, to avoid clashes.
- %opts is a hash of options which can be used to customise the behaviour and/or rendering of the paginated list. See EPrints::Search for a good example!
- Behaviour options:
- The maximum number of items to display on a page.
- The maximum number of page jump links to display.
- A hashref of parameters to include in the prev/next/jump URLs, e.g. to maintain the state of other controls on the page between jumps.
- Rendering options:
- controls_before, controls_after
- Additional links to display before/after the page navigation controls.
- A containing XML DOM element for the list of items on the current page.
- render_result, render_result_params
- A custom subroutine for rendering an individual item on the current page. The subroutine will be called with $session, $item, and the parameter specified by the render_result_params option. The rendered item should be returned.
- The phrase to use to render the entire "page". Can make use of the following pins:
- prev/next/jump links
- description of list e.g. what search parameters produced it
- total number of items in list, range of items displayed on current page
- list of rendered items
- prev/next/jump links (only if list contains >0 items)
- These can be overridden in the "pins" option (below).
- Named "pins" to render on the page. These may override the default "pins" (see above), or specify new "pins" (although you would need to define a custom phrase in order to make use of them).
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