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paging on popup

#1
Dear all,

I have below code to show popup.
Code:
echo "<div class=\"user-ads-action\"><a  href=\"#sellerApprovePopup\" data-toggle=\"modal\"  data-id=\"$postID\" data-pagenum=\"$pageNum\"  class=\"btn btn-default btn-block directSendButton\"> <i class=\" icon-pencil\"></i> Approve Request </a></div>";

And I have paging on popup, how to handle the paging? I really do not have idea as it needs to refresh the content and show popup.

Code:
div class="modal fade" id="sellerApprovePopup" tabindex="-1" role="dialog">

  <div class="modal-dialog">
    <div class="modal-content">
   .............
              <?php
                if($result<>null)
                {
                    $rowCount=0;
                      foreach($result as $id=>$row)
                      {
...........
                 ?>
             <div class="pagination-bar text-center">
            <ul class="pagination">
            <?php
                $pageNumPrev=$pageNum-1;
                $pageNum2=$pageNum+1;
                $pageNum3=$pageNum+2;
                
                if($pageNum<>1)
                    echo "<li><a class=\"pagination-btn\" href=\"#sellerApprovePopup\" data-toggle=\"modal\"  data-id=\"$postID\" data-pagenum=\"$pageNumPrev\">Previous</a></li>";
                echo "<li  class=\"active\"><a href=\"#sellerApprovePopup\" data-toggle=\"modal\"  data-id=\"$postID\" data-pagenum=\"$pageNum\">$pageNum</a></li>";
                echo "<li><a href=\"#sellerApprovePopup\" data-toggle=\"modal\"  data-id=\"$postID\" data-pagenum=\"$pageNum2\">$pageNum2</a></li>";
                  echo "<li><a href=\"#sellerApprovePopup\" data-toggle=\"modal\"  data-id=\"$postID\" data-pagenum=\"$pageNum3\">$pageNum3</a></li>";
                  
            ?>
.................
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#2
If you don't want the page to be refreshed, you have 2 options.
1. Load all records in hidden divs, and make the one that is the current record, visible. You will need jQuery for that, but then again: what's a website without jQuery nowadays?
2. Use AJAX to refresh the contents of the div in your pop-up only. In that case, jQuery also makes life much easier, since it has a few powerful functions to make AJAX requests. From the AJAX function in your view, you call the controller/method that returns the new data. And jQuery takes care of updating the DOM (i.e. the HTML-document).
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