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  1. Hi friends, i have a problem. i try to make pagination. I didn't added numbers and the number stayed next to the images. Numbers is no display and it is next the images. And i don't want to give "padding-left" for first image but when i use "padding-left" for images, it is giving all of them. <?php $sayfa = intval($_GET["sayfa"]); if(!$sayfa) {$sayfa = 1;} $say = $db->query("SELECT * FROM resimlerekle"); $toplamveri = $say->rowCount(); // Verileri Saydırdık $limit = 8; $sayfa_sayisi = ceil($toplamveri/$limit); if($sayfa > $sayfa_sayisi) { $sayfa = 1; } $goster = $sayfa * $limit - $limit; $gorunensayfa = 6; $resimcek = $db->query("SELECT * FROM resimlerekle ORDER BY cokluresimekle_id DESC LIMIT $goster,$limit"); $resimlerial = $resimcek->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); ?> <?php foreach ($resimlerial as $resim) { ?> <div style="float: left; padding-left: 10px;"> <div><img <?php echo $resim; ?> style="max-width:250px;" src="../../../upload/cokluresim/<?php echo $resim["cokluresimekle_resim"]; ?>" ></div> <div style="max-width:250px; max-height:50px; background-color:#d6d4d4; line-height:50px; text-align:center;"><?php echo $resim['cokluresimekle_baslik']; ?></div> </div> <?php } ?> <!-- Benim Eklediğim Kodlar Bitiş --> <?php if ($sayfa > 1) { ?> <span><a href="index.php?sayfa=1">İlk</a></span> <div><a href="index.php?sayfa=<?php echo $sayfa - 1 ?>">Önceki</a></div> <?php } ?> <?php for($i = $sayfa - $gorunensayfa; $i < $sayfa + $gorunensayfa +1; $i++) { if($i > 0 and $i <= $sayfa_sayisi) { if($i == $sayfa) { echo '<span>'.$i.'</span>'; }else{ echo '<a href="index.php?sayfa='.$i.'">'.$i.'</a>'; } } } ?> <?php if ($sayfa != $sayfa_sayisi) { ?> <div><a href="index.php?sayfa=<?php echo $sayfa + 1 ?>">Sonraki</a></div> <div><a href="index.php?sayfa<?php echo $sayfa_sayisi ?>">Son</a></div> <?php } ?>
  2. 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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