flask-paginate - Pagination support for flask

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Paginate support for flask framework (study from will_paginate). Use bootstrap for css framework It requires Python2.6+ as string.format syntax. Open http://localhost:5000 to see the example page.

https://github.com/lixxu/flask-paginate

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