use paginating in a sentence.
Even paginating it would help in the readability, i think.
Yeah, paginating articles and paginating archives are two totally different things.
Wouldn't it be possible that the time lost paginating accounts for the longer stay?
I assume the alternative is paginating server-side, which wastes some network bandwidth and processing time on the server.
There's also no point posting on a thread after the comments start paginating, as maybe 10% of people will go to the second page to view it, and you'll get no replies, in my experience.
Now, paginating articles (you know, it's not like there isn't infinite vertical space).
If you find yourself paginating your summary, you're definitely acting in bad faith.
Not only that, but it seems to be paginating comments at an absurdly low count, I went back to reference an old thread and I went 5 pages in before I got tired of looking for the right comment.
No, they should continue paginating because most readers will just click to the second page and Slate will increase their ad impressions.
I worked on the redesign of a business news site and there were a fair number of vocal readers who really preferred paginating long articles.
I think the "hard" part is properly paginating things?
Lastly, your objects paginator isn't paginating for me.
In the case of an image, the ways of seeing different parts of the image I can think of are zooming in and out, scrolling with scroll bars, or paginating the image.
I agree that "Less is More," but when something as simple as paginating the deals can't be implemented, it makes me wonder why we pay 37signals every month.