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php – Laravel Multiple Pagination in one page

Posted by: admin April 23, 2020 Leave a comment


I’m having some trouble with my pagination.
I’m having two tables with data from a database and I paginated it with laravel Paginator.

Now my problem is when you go to, for example, page 2 it adds ?page=2 but that makes the first table go to page 2 too.

Is there anyway to get something like this ?


so you don’t apply the page change on other tables.

How to&Answers:

Unfortunately I can’t test this code right now, but browsing at the docs and the code (in Illuminate/Pagination/Environment) I guess you could something like this:

# use default 'page' for this
$collection1 = Model::paginate(20);

# use custom 'other_page' for this
$collection2 = Model2::paginate(20);

The setPageName() method isn’t documented in the docs, but it’s a public method alongside those indicated in the documentation, so it should be working fine. FOr reference, this is the declaration (l. 171-180 in vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Pagination/Environment.php):

 * Set the input page parameter name used by the paginator.
 * @param  string  $pageName
 * @return void
public function setPageName($pageName)
    $this->pageName = $pageName;

Now take into consideration that you will have another query string appended to the url, so you need to tell the pagination to consider it. Use the appends() method:

$collection1->appends(array_except(Request::query(), 'page'))->links();

$collection2->appends(array_except(Request::query(), 'other_page'))->links();

That is, tell each Presenter to build up the url with all the query strings (the array resulting from Request::query() without the current index used by the paginator, or you’ll end up with a double value). array_except() is a Laravel built in array helper that returns the given array (1st parameter) purged of the passed index (2nd parameter).

I’ll try to test this code as soon as I can, but it should work. Let me know in any case!


$publishedArticles = Article::paginate(10, ['*'], 'published');
$unpublishedArticles = Article::paginate(10, ['*'], 'unpublished');

The third argument is used as follows:




This is an easy solution I’ve found on Laravel 4.


Change the page name before you make the paginator:

$collection_A = ModelA::paginate(10);

$collection_B = ModelB::paginate(10);


Do the same: change the page name before you print the links



If you don’t want to lose any page state while you navigate to another page, append to the links the current page from all collections:

$collection_A->appends('page_b', Input::get('page_b',1))->links();

$collection_B->appends('page_a', Input::get('page_a',1))->links();


in laravel 5.3 (maibe working in other laravel 5 version), i use like this:

    $produk = Produk::paginate(5, ['*'], 'produk');
    $region = Region::paginate(5, ['*'], 'region');

and in blade templating append links currents of other to keep the position:

    {{$produk->appends(['region' => $region->currentPage()])->links()}}    
    {{$region->appends(['produk' => $produk->currentPage()])->links()}}    


Laravel 5.7

Model->paginate(10, ['*'], 'paramName');

10 = Max items per page

['*'] = colums

paramName = pagination param name



In Laravel 5.2, declare the page name when using paginate().

Here is an example that works with multiple paginators on a page.

  • Be sure to specify a different $pageName for other models.

See the method \Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Builder::paginate()

 * Get things by ownerId
 * @param integer $ownerId The owner ID.
 * @return \Illuminate\Contracts\Pagination\LengthAwarePaginator Returns a pagination instance.
public function getThings($ownerId)
    $builder = \App\Models\Things::where('ownerId', '=', (integer) abs($ownerId));

    // dd([
    //     '__METHOD__' => __METHOD__,
    //     '__FILE__' => __FILE__,
    //     '__LINE__' => __LINE__,
    //     '$ownerId' => $ownerId,
    //     'sql' => $builder->toSql(),
    //     '$builder' => $builder,
    //     'paginate' => $builder->paginate($perPage = null, $columns = ['*'], $pageName = 'p', $page = null),
    // ]);

    return $builder->paginate($perPage = null, $columns = ['*'], $pageName = 'p', $page = null);

Note: $pageName = 'p'



$var1 = DB1::orderBy('...')->paginate(5, ['*'], '1pagination');

$var2 = DB2::orderBy('...')->paginate(5, ['*'], '2pagination');

For Laravel 5.2


The answer of anonym may be extended to be very handy in the views that have related models. tested in :

Suppose we have a view for the CustomerController show.blade.php and we pass the Customer model to it using:


return view(['customer' => \App\Customer::find($customerId)]);

Each Customer has many Product, and has many Location and we want list with pagination both his/her Products and Locations, simply we may do it in the view like:

@foreach($customer->products()->paginate(10,['*'],'productsPage') as $product)
HTML list
{!! $customer->products()->paginate(10,['*'],'productsPage')->links() !!}

@foreach($customer->locations()->paginate(10,['*'],'locationsPage') as $location)
HTML list
{!! $customer->locations()->paginate(10,['*'],'locationsPage')->links() !!}


Sounds to me like you need to update the paging tool so that it has an extra param that identifies the table as it’s not smart enough to know that it might have 2 instances of itself on the same page.. DOH!

Rather than having to set the current page for all tables through a URL, ideally you want to store the active page number in the session by table id THEN, your script only has to worry about instructions and not worry about ensuring it carries existing page numbers also.

Here’s a really draft concept….

// The page would be $tableId + "," + $pageNum
// Passed as a value of "page"
$goTo = "$tableId,$pageNum";

Then, when it gets to the part that’s getting your table data it would do something like

    list($tableId,$pageNum) = explode(",",$_GET["page"]);

    // Store table's active page number
    $_SESSION["_tableBrowser"][$tableId] = $pageNum;

    // Your table reader would then look at the session for the active page number
    // and not what is in $_GET