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JavaScript

Michael Strand
Michael Strand
10,897 Points

Responsive Pagination

I am wondering if anyone would have an idea as to accomplishing a responsive pagination like SmugMug's gallery. As the screen size changes it is updating the next and pervious buttons URLs and also updating the page count based on how many images are displayed.

I am working with WordPress to build the gallery.

Here is an example of the gallery. https://derekbaune.smugmug.com/Hunting/

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,968 Points

This could be done in JavaScript.

I would imagine that a handler for the page resize event would recalculate the layout and update the controls. This is quite likely what your sample site is doing. Also, at first glance it appears to be using some version or derivative of the YUI Library.

Now perhaps someone more familiar with Wordpress will chime in, but from my limited understanding Wordpress might not be easily adapted to this kind of functionality unless you're prepared to develop your own theme.