How to Create Fancy Pagers in your Drupal Views with Pagerer
The Pagerer module provides additional preset styles for Drupal standard pages and Views. It is a very simple module with styling options for everyone.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to add a pager to a View with Pagerer. Let’s get started.
Download the Pagerer module from its page at Drupal.org site. Install and enable it.
Step #1. Configure the module
- Click Configuration > User Interface > Pagerer
- Click the Add pager button
- Create a name for the pager you’re creating
- Click Create
You’ll be presented with a configuration screen with multiple options.
- The Panes dictate the position of the pager within the screen
- The Style options define the style of the pager itself
- Experiment with these options in order to see how each pager would look in the pager preview
- Once you selected a style for your pager, click the Configure button.
You’ll see a page with multiple configuration options, for example:
- Prefix and suffix labels
- The description and help texts
- The width of the slider
- Choose your options and click Save
- Click Save once again until you see the Pagerer page. You will see your newly created pager as an option.
- Select it and click Save Configuration
Step #2. Add the pager to your View
- Go to the Views interface
- Click the Pager option
- Select Paged output, Pagerer
- Click Apply
Your recently created pager will be selected by default
- Click Apply once again
- Save the View
- Click View Page
- Now scroll down and take a look at your “fancy” pager.
If you are managing large sets of data, this module is a must-have. Don’t forget to leave your questions, comments, and thoughts below. Thanks for reading!
I’m Pagerer’s module maintainer – thanks for this guide! I’ve added a link to it on the module’s project page on drupal.org.
Thank you very much mondrake! It’s a very nice module. Glad to help! However, the link you added redirects to the home page and not this page itself.