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Displaying results on multiple pages

Your users may sometimes conduct database searches that return too many results to usefully display on one Web page. This article describes how you can modify a results page so that it displays only a limited number of results per page, and how to add the required navigation links to let users move from one page of results to another.

This article assumes that you've already created the results page, defined a recordset for it, and added the dynamic content to the page. For instructions, see Building a Simple Database Search Feature.

Creating a results page that can display results on more than one page involves the following tasks:

Creating a repeated region
Specifying the number of records per page
Adding recordset navigation links

Charles Nadeau

Charles Nadeau is a lead technical writer on the Dreamweaver documentation team.


29 January 2001

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