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Webflow is an established site builder and content management system (CMS). One of its key advantages is that it makes both designing and developing a website super easy. Beyond initial development, it’s fairly easy to customize in the long run too.
In addition to design and development, Webflow also comes with an extremely powerful CMS system, which is almost infinitely customizable. Sometimes building CMS collections for users means building larger databases of content.
When you need to present a large amount of data or options to users, developers often need to choose how to make that available. Some choose to use pagination, while others opt for a load more button.
In this article, you will understand what it means to use both a load more function and a pagination function. We’ll cover when and where they are used to understand how the functions work. And specifically, we will cover how you can use load more with Webflow.
Although pagination has a wide presence across the web, load more options are becoming more popular and having a moment with designers.
Using Google’s search result page as an example there is no feature of loading more. Instead, the results are displayed using a simple pagination system (1, 2, 3, 4). This has long been a popular way to display blog content when there are posts spanning months and years.
Loading more will let your site have the ability to show more content through a button function, instead of a list of page numbers. Essentially, each time you click the button, more content is loaded onto the page.
Load more is popular now on every type of site, from business and e-commerce sites to blogs and job boards. The show more button function provides a cleaner and more organized display of content than just simply loading all of the posts on the page.
Not using this function can cause too much content to be loaded at once, which can make your viewers feel overwhelmed.
The best part of a load more button is that you can style it to match the rest of your site and enhance your user experience.
The main difference is load more keeps all results on one page while pagination displays results over numerous pages.
Pagination organizes a limited amount of content under each page. Utilizing pages can help keep the content easy to find as long as it is located on the first few pages.
Meanwhile, load more buttons may work better if you intend the user to view results a few items at a time.
Using a load more option will allow you to organize Webflow's CMS Collection list for an easier-to-use interface and experience. There are several great ways to add a load more button to your Webflow CMS collection. Here’s how easy it is with Jetboost:
If you are ready to add load more features to your website, now is the time! Try the Jetboost Load More Feature on your Webflow site.
By using Load More pagination, readers of your content can view more items when they are ready, without leaving the page they are currently on. This provides a better experience for them and increases the amount of time they spend on the page.
In addition to Load More pagination, Jetboost provides several other premium Webflow integrations that make your websites and clients’ websites more powerful. Use Jetboost’s dynamic filtering, searching, sorting, and favoriting on websites made for businesses.
With an easy-to-use setup and premium customer support, Jetboost is your valued partner for building advanced Webflow websites.
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