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Pagination is a UI component that divides content into multiple pages, allowing users to navigate through a large dataset or list of items.



Pagination component is a user interface element commonly used in web and application design to break down long lists or content into multiple pages.

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  1. Page Numbers: Numeric links that represent individual pages.
  2. Navigation Buttons: Controls for moving to the previous or next page.
  3. Ellipsis(Optional): ellipsis (…) to indicate additional, unlisted page numbers.
  4. Page Count(Optional): An optional display of the total number of pages.


The Pagination component is used in web and application design to:

  • Divide Content: Split long content or data into manageable pages, improving readability and usability.
  • Navigate Data: Allow users to move between different sections or pages of content, such as search results or product listings.
  • Enhance User Experience: Provide an organized and efficient way for users to access information without overwhelming them.

Common places pagination appear : Mobile app homepage , website homepage and other pages when needed etc.

When to use

  • You have content that extends beyond a single screen or viewable area.
  • You want to break content into smaller, more digestible sections.
  • Users need to navigate sequentially through multiple pages of content.
  • Improving navigation and user experience is a priority

When not to use

  • Your content or data is short and can be presented on a single page.
  • Pagination would complicate the user interface unnecessarily.
  • Other navigation methods, like infinite scrolling, are more suitable for your design.


Pagination components should be accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. To ensure accessibility, follow these guidelines:

  • Make sure that all elements of the pagination component are keyboard accessible.
  • Use clear and concise link text.
  • Add an aria-label attribute to the pagination component to provide a descriptive label for screen reader users.
  • Use the aria-current=“page” attribute to indicate the current page in the pagination component to screen reader users.
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Make sure that the current page number is highlighted. So the users know and can navigate easily.

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Didn’t highlighted the current page number, so it can make a confusion for the users.


When implementing pagination content, follow these guidelines:

  • Keep page numbers and labels concise and informative.
  • Display the current page number and indicate the total number of pages if relevant.
  • Ensure that users can easily identify the first and last pages for efficient navigation.
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Provide previous and next buttons. So users can easily navigate through out all the pages of the website.

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Didn’t Provide previous and next buttons. So users can’t navigate through out all the pages of the website.