Bottom Link. Help!

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Hi,
Does anyone of you know how to add a link similar to what google shows when you search through their SEO, the one that is like page 1of2, 2of2, I have included a snapshot image to make it clearer... here is the link. http://i1185.photobucket.com/albums/z...
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I would like to have that same feature on my website because i am creating a website that sells native products, and i need to post multiple images. However, posting multiple images in a SINGLE page would make that page quite long. That is why i needed to have this kind of feature on my website
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Samuel,

You may like to look at ecwid.com. This is an e-commerce system that gives you many options including the number of images per page and the ability to jump or filip through these pages.

It's free for <100 products and about $16 for more than 100. Really easy to set up with Yola and you can also control shipping and the payment options.
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Hi gop,
I am already using ecwid, however, i do not know how to set the number of images per page.
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Hello Samuel,

If you inspect the product browser settings you will see the default:

<script type="text/javascript"> xProductBrowser("categoriesPerRow=3","views=grid(3,3) list(10) table(20)","categoryView=grid","searchView=list","style="); </script>

You would change the grid(3,3) to the number that you want to display and then install that modified script.

There are three display types, List, Grid and Table. Any of these can be set as the default style of displaying and the number of products displayed varies with the style. A user can also change this style to suit their own preferences. They can't change the number of products per page only you can do that.

The Ecwid forum and their knowledge base are both excellent resources for specific Ecwid information.
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Thank you so much.. Really helped me...
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yea, but I personally shy away from tables except where you would HAVE to use them.
<!--

<p style="text-align:center">
<a href="page_1.php">1</a>
<a href="page_2.php">2</a>
<a href="page_3.php">3</a>
</p>

-->

The way I do it (since I build sites away from Yola) is, I would place all my products and information into a database, I would use a while loop to list products up to a certain number (10 on one page for example) and to automatically create a new page as more than multiples of 10 exist in database (up to 10 items = 1 page, up to 20 items = 2 pages, and so forth). Also, with doing it this way, you can also set up a sort parameter, sort by price low to high, sort by price high to low, sort by description, sort by popularity, etc.)
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<!--

Also, Phillip above has mentioned some deprecated tags... align and width may still work, but won't likely work in a future release.

align and width are not attributes anymore, they're values, which mean they go within the attribute "style".

<td style="align:center; width:80">text</td>

Also, same goes for the Font tag, I see it way too often

<FONT blah blah> - bad idea.

<p style="font-size:12px; font-color:#ff0000">text</p>

-->
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<!--

and the number "80" as mentioned also isn't recognized by all browsers. Consider defining the value with px, %, or something else.

<td style="width:80px">text</td>

-->
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Donald

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With Yola however, you don't even need to do all that lol.

click and drag a text widget.

Type

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

highlight the numbers, then create a link using the toolbar.
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I recommend centering the numbers too.
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Thank you everyone for your reply.