How is Pagination used in CSS?

CSS pagination is a very useful technique for indexing different pages of a website on the homepage. If your website has lots of pages, you have to add some sort of pagination to each page.

Following are the different types of pagination:

Basic Pagination:

This is the simplest pagination. You have to use pagination class to an <ul> element to attain this pagination.

Basic Pagination with an arrow:

This pagination is used when you have lots of pages. It facilitates you to use arrows for the previous and next pages.

Active/Current link and Hoverable Pagination:

This pagination is used when you want to highlight the current page and change the color of each page link when you move the mouse over them. You have to use .active class, and hover selector for this effect.

Rounded Active and Hoverable Pagination:

In this pagination, you use the border-radius property to get the rounded “active” and “hover” button.

Bordered Pagination:

In this pagination, you use border property to add borders to the pagination.

Rounded Border Pagination:

This pagination method is used to add rounded borders to your first and last link of pagination.

Space Between Pagination:

The margin property is used to get the space between the links in the pagination.

Centered Pagination:

You have to wrap a container element around it (like) and use text-align: center to put the pagination to the center of the page.

Previous/Next and Navigation Pagination:

You can add pagination for the previous/next button and also for navigation.