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I'm developing a web-page for my CS50's Final Project for contacting japanese students around Argentina. The only official japanese exam takes place in Buenos Aires, and there are no many good places to study, so most of the students are autodidacts. The main idea of the website is to find study buddies who will take the same exam. Well, after this introduction: I'm having a problem to display profile searches appropriately. I created a SQL database for profiles, and when I query, it returns me all the results at the same time on the same page. I want to show 10 results per page, and create those page dynamically. But I don't know how to do it. I'm using Flask for the server, SQL, HTML and CSS. I'm still not that good with Javascript, maybe that's the problem. I hope you may help me.

Thanks in advance!

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  • What you are trying to accomplish is called "pagination". If you search the internet for "flask pagination", you will be introduced to a universe of options. Good luck! – DinoCoderSaurus Jul 9 '20 at 1:20
  • Thanks for your answer, since that day I'm trying to figure out more about pagination. I've already tried a few ways to do it, but I entirely broke my website. I'll keep studying it! – Lautaro D. Futuro Jul 15 '20 at 20:57

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