To increase consistency of page layouts – even if there's only one page – it is handy to display pagination always. I added an option called :show_always that can be used for that purpose.
<%= will_paginate @collection, :show_always => true %>
UI requires disabled pagination controls even if there's only one page of data.
+1. This definitely needs to be added =)!
Sure, but it won't merge into master anymore. Will have a look at the new architecture soon.
Added helper option :show_always
This option will force rendering the pagination even if there is
only one page to display.
Ok, here we go.
Updated the code to be in line with master.
@mislav This looks like a great fork. Any reason to not have it in master?
I've run another rebase against @mislav's master. It's at huerlisi/will_paginate branch show_always.
Nope. If you want to display fake links that do nothing, feel free to use your own helper as fallback
<%= will_paginate(@posts) || fake_pagination %>
Maybe I can accept @mislav 's solution……
Sure. It's not really a difficult problem to circumvent, but a question of coherence.