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Hide SearchSort and Pager until results

Jeff, I was going to suggest that you use the SearchSort tag in your previous question, but your client did not want any results showing up on page load, so I didn't suggest it. Getting to this question, I have not tried this, but what about using the …

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Is it possible to use Pagers in an HTML feed?

I have a feed that returns html that I'd like to use a pager on. The feed is loaded dynamically from the click event of a button.Is it possible to include a pager within the html a feed returns? A knudge in the right direction would be appreciated. Thank …

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template pager options

Is there a way to allow users to select the amount of results per page in the template pagination options?

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How do I render the Add Button below the pager section in a template?

All the examples I have seen show the (xmod:addbutton)in the footer template, which renders it above the pager.

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Loading Ajax per page

Hi, I have an event registration system set up. Each registration can have multiple attendees. There are around 300 registrations and a total of about 3000 attendee records. I have a template set up for the registrations with one per page and I can load …

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