Pagination documentation and examples for indicating that a series of related material is spread across numerous pages using pagination.
For pagination, we employ a huge block of connected links, which makes links easy to spot and scales well—all while giving large hit areas. Pagination uses list of HTML elements to let screen readers know how many links are available. Use a wraparound <nav> element to indicate to screen readers and other assistive technology that this is a navigation section.
Furthermore, because sites are likely to have multiple such navigation sections, it's a good idea to give the nav> a descriptive aria-label that reflects its purpose. For example, aria-label="Search results pages" could be an appropriate label if the pagination component is used to traverse a collection of search results.
Working with icons
Looking to use an icon or symbol in place of text for some pagination links? Be sure to provide proper screen reader support with
aria attributes and the
Disabled and active states are two different types of states.
Pagination links can be changed according to the situation. Use .disabled to indicate unclickable links and .active to indicate the current page.
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