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How can I implement pagination like shown in the title perhaps something similar to most sites

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Might be of use (incl. comment in there): Enable Numeric Pagination – hakre Feb 14 '11 at 19:17
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I can across this awesome tutorial just the other day:


which is a modified version of this one:


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You can use WP-PageNavi http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-pagenavi/

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Beat me by seconds. :) +1 great plugin, functional and customizable. – Rarst Feb 14 '11 at 9:15

I had the exact same problem. Here are 2 solutions, were the first needs some coding from your side and the second is "hit and run" plus is semantically correct: A list.

  1. paginate_link() function
  2. my "easy pagination deamon" plugin
    -> offers a template tag (you can change the name) like oxo_pagination( $range); that outputs the following:
    With the $range attribute you can tell how many page links you want to have (seen from current one) and you also got a small stylesheet that gives you the ability to target every part of the pagination plus the current one.
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