Creating a Dynamic Scrollbar for an AJAX-based Pagination System
Looking for new ways to integrate AJAX with your existing Web applications? Look no further. Over the course of this three-part series, called "Building a dynamic pagination system with AJAX," you'll learn how to develop a complete result set pagination mechanism, which uses a browser-like scroll bar for displaying chunks of database records, all without having to appeal to page reloads.
Creating a Dynamic Scrollbar for an AJAX-based Pagination System (Page 1 of 4 )
As you'll possibly recall, in the first tutorial I went through the explanations needed to implement the required programming logic of this AJAX-based scrolling system. Aside from establishing the foundations that the program will use for performing efficient pagination of database records, I defined all the CSS rules and the respective (X)HTML markup, in order to construct a simple user interface. Particularly, and with reference to this subject, you have plenty of room for developing a highly-polished front end for this application, which will be surely more eye-catching than the one I created in the previous article.