flask-paginate 0.5.2 documentation

Overview

Latest version: 0.5.2

flask-paginate is a simple paginate extension for flask which is reference to will_paginate, and use bootstrap as css framework.

0.2 update: foundation is now supported (use css_framework parameter):

pagination = Pagination(..., css_framework='foundation', **kwargs)

Note: Python 2.6+ is required (string.format is used to format text)

{{ pagination.info }}
The screenshot of paginate information

or

The screenshot of paginate information when search
{{ pagination.links }}
The screenshot of paginate links

Installation

Install the extension with one of the following commands:

$ easy_install -U flask-paginate

or alternatively if you have pip installed:

$ pip install -U flask-paginate

Configuration

If you want to show the pagination information, add below lines to your css file.

.pagination-page-info {
    padding: .6em;
    padding-left: 0;
    width: 40em;
    margin: .5em;
    margin-left: 0;
    font-size: 12px;
}
.pagination-page-info b {
    color: black;
    background: #6aa6ed;
    padding-left: 2px;
    padding: .1em .25em;
    font-size: 150%;
}

Test

Test file was added since 0.4.6 (thanks to Rdbaker):

$ pip install -r test-requirements.txt
$ cd tests
$ pytest tests.py

How to use

In your flask views file (e.g. views/users.py):

from flask import Blueprint
from flask_paginate import Pagination, get_page_parameter

mod = Blueprint('users', __name__)


@mod.route('/')
def index():
    search = False
    q = request.args.get('q')
    if q:
        search = True

    page = request.args.get(get_page_parameter(), type=int, default=1)

    users = User.find(...)
    pagination = Pagination(page=page, total=users.count(), search=search, record_name='users')
    # 'page' is the default name of the page parameter, it can be customized
    # e.g. Pagination(page_parameter='p', ...)
    # or set PAGE_PARAMETER in config file
    # also likes page_parameter, you can customize for per_page_parameter
    # you can set PER_PAGE_PARAMETER in config file
    # e.g. Pagination(per_page_parameter='pp')

    return render_template('users/index.html',
                           users=users,
                           pagination=pagination,
                           )

In the users/index.html:

{{ pagination.info }}
{{ pagination.links }}
<table>
  <thead>
    <tr>
      <th>#</th>
      <th>Name</th>
      <th>Email</th>
    </tr>
  </thead>
  <tbody>
    {% for user in users %}
      <tr>
        <td>{{ loop.index + pagination.skip }}</td>
        <td>{{ user.name }}</td>
        <td>{{ user.email }}</td>
      </tr>
    {% endfor %}
  </tbody>
</table>
{{ pagination.links }}

Example

Note: 0.2.9 requires click to run example.

$cd example
$python sql.py --help
$python sql.py init_db
$python sql.py fill_data --total=300
$cp app.cfg.example app.cfg
$echo edit app.cfg
$python app.py --port 5000

Open http://localhost:5000 to see the example page.

The screenshot of paginate example

Deep into the Pagination

Below are the params for Pagination.__init__(), you can change the settings here.

found: used when searching

page: current page

per_page: how many records displayed on one page

page_parameter: a name(string) of a GET parameter that holds a page index. Use it if you want to iterate over multiple Pagination objects simultaniously. defautl is ‘page’.

per_page_parameter: a name for per_page likes page_parameter. default is ‘per_page’.

inner_window: how many links arround current page

outer_window: how many links near first/last link

prev_label: text for previous page, default is ‘&laquo;’

next_label: text for next page, default is ‘&raquo;’

search: search or not?

total: total records for pagination

display_msg: text for pagation information

search_msg: text for search information

record_name: record name showed in pagination information

link_size: font size of page links

alignment: the alignment of pagination links

href: Add custom href for links - this supports forms with post method. MUST contain {0} to format page number

show_single_page: decide whether or not a single page returns pagination

bs_version: the version of bootstrap, default is 2

css_framework: the css framework, default is ‘bootstrap’

anchor: anchor parameter, appends to page href

format_total: number format total, like 1,234, default is False

format_number: number format start and end, like 1,234, default is False

API

Changelog

Version 0.5.2

  • add skip attribute to fix error in docs
  • read version from source file instead of hard code in setup file

Version 0.5.1

  • add bootstrap4 support

Version 0.5.0

  • Make clear and easy customized for page/per_page parameter per on issue 50
  • add get_page_parameter and get_per_page_parameter for customization

Version 0.4.6

(bug fix release, released on May 31th 2017)

  • bug fix: - Incorrect right-most window value on outer_window=0 issue 51
  • add tests file

Version 0.4.5

Added new parameter page_parameter to simultaniously interate over multiple Pagination objects. See documentation

Version 0.4.4

bug fix: - TypeError: url_for() got multiple values for keyword argument ‘page’ issue 47

Version 0.4.3

use flask_paginate insetad of flask.ext.paginate for new version of flask

Version 0.4.2

add get_page_args() function, and change the way to get url args

Version 0.4.1

remove href for disabled links to prevent navigating to top of page when clicks

Version 0.3.2

0.3.1 file upload failed, increase the version number.

Version 0.3.1

(bug fix release, released on Apr 18th 2015)

  • URL has no necessary to unquote for links issue 26

Version 0.3.0

(small feature release, released on Apr 14th 2015)

  • Add option to number format total issue 29, and also can format start and end

Version 0.2.9

(bugfix release, released on Apr 13th 2015)

Version 0.2.8

(bugfix release, released on Nov 2nd 2014)