In this article we've taken a look at a recordset paging class called RecNav. We saw how RecNav does its thing and we also saw a number of examples of RecNav in action. I think the great thing about having RecNav in my toolbox is that it's really easy to customise: it took me literally 60 seconds to create each example that you saw on the last page.
If you're into working with PHP and recordset paging on a regular basis then take the RecNav class and tweak it to meet your needs. After using it a couple of times I'm sure you'll agree that it's a great time saving tool that any PHP should have in their toolbox!
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