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  1. Hi folks, brand new here and hope that you can help me; I'm looking for very generic pagination for my page. I'll paste in some html and go from there: <div class="row paginate"> <div class="col-12"> <nav> <a href="index.php" class="active">01</a> <a href="index-02.php">02</a> <a href="index-03.php">03</a> <a href="index-04.php">04</a> <a href="index-05.php">05</a> </nav> </div> </div> What I'm looking for is php inside of the link to echo the .active class based on whether or not you're on the index-02.php page or index-03.php page etc... I'm not using any mysql for this so I hope it's possible. I also plan on putting that chunk of html in an include file so I don't have to manually keep adding new links to every page :/ The site it's going on is one of my own at http://www.harshclimate.com/photos if you wanna see the entire HTML Thanks, all!
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