Enhanced pagination for WordPress

Every so often I write a small piece of code to help someone out. A while ago I wrote Mike Cherim a small plugin for WordPress. He describes it as an Enhanced Pagination plugin.

I thought that it was about time that I release it, especially after he mentioned it in A WCAG 2.0 Implementation Site. So it is now available for download via the WordPress plugin repository.

Download epage-links now!

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4 Responses to Enhanced pagination for WordPress

  1. Devon Young says:

    Isn’t WordPress fine with pagination already? How does it enhance pagination?

  2. Rich says:

    The markup produced is not in a list, whereas the pagination links are a list of pages, so should really be in a list… This plugin enables you to do that, whereas the default doesn’t.

  3. Brad Waller says:

    Please read. Message to Rich Pedley or any other site personnel – not a blog comment!

    Your “contact me” links to a 404 page or else I’d leave the comment there. This page (/search/2008/05/27/enhanced-pagination/) uses our trademarked word (EPAGE) in the name you assigned to the plug-in you created. This could cause confusion on customers or clients and we ask you to rename the links you have that use this term. Enhanced Pagination is what it was called by Mike, so why not use that?

    Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter, and of course there is no reason to approve this as a response to your post.

  4. Rich says:

    Thanks for letting me know about the Contact page – now fixed.

    As to changing the plugin name – sorry but I don’t see that as an option at this time. You may have trademarked epage in the USA, but even so the plugin is totally unrelated and doesn’t infringe.

    It isn’t called enhanced pagination, as I’m releasing a series of plugins all under the banner of ‘e’ – ePage, eShop, etc.

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