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Jekyll::Paginate V2

⚠️ Please note that this plugin is NOT supported by GitHub pages. Here is a list of all plugins supported. However you can follow this GitHub guide to enable it or by using Travis CI. GitLab supposedly supports any plugin.

Pagination gem built specially for Jekyll 3 and newer that is fully backwards compatible and serves as an enhanced replacement for the previously built-in jekyll-paginate gem. View it on rubygems.org.

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Reach me at the project issues section or via email at jekyll@sverrirs.com, you can also get in touch on the project's Gitter chat room.

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Installation

gem install jekyll-paginate-v2

Update your _config.yml and pages.

Although fully backwards compatible, to enable the new features this gem needs slightly extended site yml configuration and miniscule additional new front-matter for the pages to paginate on.

Now you're ready to run jekyll serve and your paginated files should be generated.

Please see the Examples for tips and tricks on how to configure the pagination logic.

Pagination Generator

The Pagination Generator forms the core of the pagination logic. Calculates and generates the pagination pages.

Auto Pages

The Auto-Pages is an optional feature that auto-magically generates paginated pages for all your tags, categories and collections.

Contributing

Although this project is small it has a code of conduct that I hope everyone will do their best to follow when contributing to any aspects of this project. Be it discussions, issue reporting, documentation or programming.

If you don't want to open issues here on Github, send me your feedback by email at jekyll@sverrirs.com.

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/sverrirs/jekyll-paginate-v2/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Run the unit tests (rake)
  4. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  5. Build the gem locally (gem build jekyll-paginate-v2.gemspec)
  6. Test and verify the gem locally (gem install ./jekyll-paginate-v2-x.x.x.gem)
  7. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  8. Create new Pull Request

Note: This project uses semantic versioning.

The code was based on the original design of jekyll-paginate and features were sourced from discussions such as #27 (thanks Günter Kits).

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