HTML::PageIndex - Class to create HTML page index objects.
use HTML::PageIndex; $foo = new HTML::PageIndex; $zog = $foo->makeindex([total pages],[current page],[base url],[url arguement],[show prev/next]); print $zog;
Will return an object which will display a dynamic index of html pages. It would look like:
[Prev] 1 2 3 4 5 6 [Next]
This is currently the only public method. The args are as follows:
[total pages] - How many total pages are there. [current page] - What the current page is. It is expected that the using script would generate this. [base url] - The base url to link to. [url arguement] - May be "", but if it isn't it will build a URL with ?[URL arguement]=[page number] [show prev/next] - Default is 0. If 0 it will not show [Prev] if you are on the first page, or [Next] if you are on the last page. If 1, it will show [Prev] and [Next] as text.
You install HTML::PageIndex, as you would install any perl module library, by running these commands:
perl Makefile.PL make make install make clean
None knows at time of writing.
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Copyright 2002, Kevin Meltzer. This software is releases with no warranty, and under the terms of Perl itself.
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