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Hooks into will_paginate to format the html to match Twitter Bootstrap styling. Extension code was originally written by Isaac Bowen (https://gist.github.com/1182136).
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I haven't used this gem in years and I don't have the time to keep it updated. Happy to give it to someone actively using it.

Will Paginate link renderer styles for Twitter Bootstrap 3/4

Rails Engine that extends will_paginate stylings to match the pagination styling conventions in Twitter's Bootstrap toolkit.

The real hard work done on the renderer initializer was written by Isaac Bowen.

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Demo of boostrap-will_paginate

Installation

Add to your Gemfile:

gem 'bootstrap-will_paginate'

Usage

Just like you would in the regular will_paginate. If you've got a need to use the default will_paginate stylings, pass an option like so:

<%= will_paginate(@things, :renderer => WillPaginate::ActionView::LinkRenderer) %>

To use Bootstrap 4 version:

<%= will_paginate(@things, :renderer => WillPaginate::ActionView::Bootstrap4LinkRenderer) %>

Size and Alignment of the Pagination Component

You can easily change the pagination components' appearance by passing the correct Bootstrap classes as options:

Sizing(Bootstrap 3 & 4): Add .pagination-lg or .pagination-sm for additional sizes.

<%= will_paginate(@things, :renderer => WillPaginate::ActionView::Bootstrap4LinkRenderer, class: 'pagination-lg') %>

Alignment (Bootstrap 4 only): Change the alignment of pagination components using Boostrap 4 Flexbox utilities

<%= will_paginate(@things, :renderer => WillPaginate::ActionView::Bootstrap4LinkRenderer, class: 'justify-content-center') %>

Copyright (c) 2017 Nicholas Fine, Isaac Bowen released under the MIT license