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Pagination

It is common to split a list of blog posts up into multiple pages, which is called pagination. To enable pagination for your site, add the following line to your _config.yml file:

paginate: 5

This variable represents the number of items that should be displayed per page, so you can change this to suit your preferences.

When you have set this variable, the following variables will become available to your template files. Note that pagination is only available for index.html files. However, this does not have to be your main index.html, it can also be in a subdirectory, e.g.: blog/index.html.

Variable Description
paginator.per_page Number of posts per page.
paginator.page The number of the current page.
paginator.total_pages The total number of pages.
paginator.total_items The total number of items.
paginator.multiple_pages Boolean value. True if total_pages > 0
paginator.next_page The number of the next page.
paginator.next_page_path The path to the next page.
paginator.previous_page The number of the previous page.
paginator.previous_page_path The path to the previous page.

Sample index.html file

---
layout: default
---

<!-- This loops through the paginated posts -->
{% for post in paginator.posts %}
  <h1><a href="{{ post.url }}">{{ post.title }}</a></h1>
  <p class="author">
    <span class="date">{{ post.date }}</span>
  </p>
{% endfor %}

<!-- Pagination links -->
<div class="pagination">
  {% if paginator.previous_page %}
    <a href="{{ paginator.previous_page_path }}" class="previous">Previous</a>
  {% else %}
    <span class="previous">Previous</span>
  {% endif %}
  <span class="page_number ">Page: {{ paginator.page }} of {{ paginator.total_pages }}</span>
  {% if paginator.next_page %}
    <a href="{{ paginator.next_page_path }}" class="next">Next</a>
  {% else %}
    <span class="next ">Next</span>
  {% endif %}
</div>