Coveo Pager

Legacy feature

This article pertains to the Coveo Hive framework which is now in maintenance mode.

Choose one of Coveo’s more modern, lightweight, and responsive libraries for any future search interface development. See the search interface Implementation guide for more details.

Implements the Coveo JavaScript Search Framework Pager component which renders widgets that let the end user navigate through the different result pages.

Usage notes

  • Every time a user clicks a Coveo Pager rendering widget, a new call to the Search API is triggered.

  • You can customize the CSS associated with this rendering.

Insertion location

Coveo Hive

The Coveo Pager rendering is an Allowed Control in the following placeholder(s): UI Header, UI Results Header, UI Results Footer, UI Footer, Results Header

Example insertion sequence for the Coveo Pager rendering.

Coveo Hive SXA

Coveo for Sitecore SXA rendering insertion locations aren’t limited by placeholder Allowed Controls. The Coveo Pager rendering may therefore be inserted throughout the partial design, whether in Coveo for Sitecore or Sitecore placeholders.

Example insertion sequence for the Coveo Pager rendering.

Data source options

Option name Description

Enable navigation button

See the enableNavigationButton component option.

Number of pages

See the numberOfPages component option.

Maximum number of results from index

See the maximumNumberOfResultsFromIndex component option.

DOM unique ID

Randomly generated HTML element ID.

Additional data attributes

Allows use of the Coveo JavaScript Search Framework Pager component options that aren’t directly available in the data source.

Sample generated HTML and corresponding visual output

<div class="CoveoPager" data-number-of-pages="5" aria-hidden="false"></div>
Coveo Pager rendering example output | Coveo for Sitecore 5