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PHP Enhancing a Simple PHP Application Paginating a List: Controller Calculating Shirts from Page Number

Logan R
Logan R
22,989 Points

Easier for products

Wouldn't it be easier to just do $end first, then for $start do:

$start = ($end - $products_per_page) + 1;

(as oppose to)

$start = (($current_page - 1) * $products_per_page) + 1;

?

Edit: I watched for 10 more seconds and I agree with his reasoning lol. If the end page only has 4 products, when there is normally 8, then it doesn't really work.

They really need to add a delete button >.>