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request: direct link to some paginated page #11

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item4 opened this Issue Dec 21, 2015 · 2 comments

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item4 commented Dec 21, 2015

for example

<a href="{{ this.pagination.url_to(1) }}">First Page</a><!-- /blog/page/1/ -->
<a href="{{ this.pagination.url_to(-1) }}">Last Page</a> <!-- /blog/page/20/ -->
<a href="{{ this.pagination.url_to(999999999999) }}">Non-existed Page - raise error</a>
<a href="{{ this.pagination.url_to('a') }}">wrong type - raise error</a>

more complexly

<a href="{{ site.query('/another_paginated_page').pagination.url_to(10) }}">/another_paginated_page/page/2/</a>
<!-- not good example. -->
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mitsuhiko commented Dec 21, 2015

Indeed. That's lacking. Though for consistency with prev and next it should probably be something other than url_to.

JFTR. The current pattern is this:

<a href="{{ this.pagination.prev|url }}">...</a>

Basically this returns the previous (or next for next) pagination controller.

So maybe this is needed:

<a href="{{ this.pagination.get(2)|url }}">...</a>

Also needs a better name. I wish this could just be .page but page is the number of the current page. Suggestions?

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mitsuhiko commented Dec 21, 2015

Maybe this would work?

<a href="{{ this.pagination.for_page(2)|url }}">...</a>

@mitsuhiko mitsuhiko closed this in d8a1908 Dec 22, 2015

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