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    Hello everyone! I'm wondering if it's possible to make PHP pagination without using MySQL? I've read a lot of tutorials, but they give a PHP file with a MySQL script and I've no idea what to do with the file. Someone said I'll need to upload the images (I want to paginate) to a MySQL database, but the problem is - I don't know how to do that.

    So, is there a way to paginate my pages without MySQL? Like in CuteNews? CuteNews don't require MySQL and they are paginated.

    Thanks!

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    What are you pagination? What is the data that you are dividing onto different pages?

    If you get the data from a mysql database, it makes sense to use mysql to cycle through the pages.

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    Thanks for the reply! I don't store my images in a batabase, I just have them in a folder on my server.This is the page I want to add the pagination to: http://rock-kitty.net/nature_png.php

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    Are the files named in a way that would lend itself to the pagination? i.e., do they have a number at the beginning of the filename? If so, it shouldn't be too hard. If not, things might get more complicated.

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    Not all of them. I'm using fclick though, so the url of the image is i.e. fclick/fclick.php?68


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