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PHP: Pagination : Splitting data across multiple pages with MySQL and PHP

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PHP » Database Interactions — about 9 years ago
Sometimes when working with a MySQL powered website in PHP, we’ll come across situations where we have multiple records that we wish to display to the visitor. If there are many tens, hundreds or more of these results, we might not want them all shown on the one page as this would increase the loading time, and make the list harder to navigate. To solve this problem, we introduce the concept of pagination in MySQL, which makes use of the handy LIMIT keyword and information passed by GET fro

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