This is an example of pagination displayed at the extreme sides of the page. An element with a .pagination class is created. It will host two elements with .previous and .next classes, and both of them are distributed at the extreme. This is an example of two-element pagination. Even on the mobile screen, the buttons are extreme so you will able to see it below one other. There is another example in this snippet. It is about one-element paging. Either one element will be visible on the first or last page. The CSS for this is simple with the styles assigned to the container and pagination elements. Media screen is used to make it responsive. It also uses the arrow icon is used .fa-angle-double in both the elements. You can use this simple snippet for web sites with pagination.
It is a Bootstrap 4 Pagination used to navigate across multiple pages by using the next or previous option or by a specific page number. To create pagination you need to include a .pagination class to your element. As well as you need to add .page-item to each element and .page-link to each element. You can include icons instead of next and previous content to improve the look of pagination. Include the “.active” class to your element that highlights the current page that the user is on. and “.disabled” class to your element to disable previous or next option to highlight the user reached the first or last page in the pagination options. Pagination size can be set, here it includes the large size ` .pagination-lg`. Use this snippet for pagination if you are going with bootstrap 4.
This is a simple yet elegant example for pagination. The look used for the matches the font and highlighted numbers. Bootstrap 4 .1 is used to create the pagination is used and is justified to center. The page-items are listed in pagination element along with the active and inactive state. To make the pagination work you will have to write javascript. Previous and next items are in an inactive state. The CSS file is designed to display the difference between the active state, inactive state, and disabled state. You can see the previous button is disabled where are 2nd button is active. You can use this pagination to match your webpage.
This is an example of pagination with the shaded color. This allows breaking the content into multiple pages. It allows you to toggle between the pages. This uses HTML and CSS to create the look and feel for the pagination. Check out the use of SVG to create the style and markup for the numbers and view box of pagination. The class pagination is used, and transform is added to the SVG element. This will transform the element to a certain x, y, and z-axis. Check out the CSS file which defines the style for the pagination elements from the head, body to the list enlisted in the HTML. The colour and gradient is a perfect match for the font used. You can use with a tweak on your page