Splits up a list and makes it a pager scroller thingy
This is a jQuery plugin for Foswiki that implements a widget to handle long lists.
It therefore splits the list and adds a pager so that it takes less screen estate
overall to display all list elements. This kind of list pager comes in handy
when displaying lots of navigation elements in a sidebar navigation.
This is a screenshot displaying a facet navigation in SolrPlugin
listing all media types available in the current hit set of a search.
the serial pager widget is available for use on the current page. This will process lists
wrapped into a DIV element using the
<div class="jqSeriaPager" data-parameters="...">
* list item
* list item
This will process all list items inside according to the given parameters.
|| number of elements per page; if there are less elements in the list overall, no pager will be displayed
|| width of the widget
|| animation when flipping pages
|| speed of animation effect flipping pages
|| boolean flag whether to jump to the first page when proceeding after the last one
|| boolean flag whether to display the page indicator at the bottom, e.g. 1/7 means: page one of seven
No such plugin serialpager
You do not need to install anything in the browser to use this extension. The following instructions are for the administrator who installs the extension on the server.
Open configure, and open the "Extensions" section. "Extensions Operation and Maintenance" Tab -> "Install, Update or Remove extensions" Tab. Click the "Search for Extensions" button.
Enter part of the extension name or description and press search. Select the desired extension(s) and click install. If an extension is already installed, it will not
show up in the
You can also install from the shell by running the extension installer as the web server user: (Be sure to run as the webserver user, not as root!)
perl tools/extension_installer <NameOfExtension> install
If you have any problems, or if the extension isn't available in
, then you can still install manually from the command-line. See https://foswiki.org/Support/ManuallyInstallingExtensions
for more help.
Note you need to run
at least once. This will automatically
register the serial pager widget to Foswiki.