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Encyclopedia > Pagination

Pagination is the system by which the information on a newspaper, bookpage, manuscript, or otherwise handwritten or printed document are laid out.


In a strict sense of the word, it can mean the consecutive numbering to indicate the proper order of the pages, which was rarely found in documents pre-dating 1500, and only became common practice circa 1550, when it replaced foliation, which numbered only the front sides of folios. 1500 was a common year starting on Monday (see link for calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Events February 7 - Julius III becomes Pope. ... Folio: In bookbinding, a sheet of paper, parchment, or other material folded in half to make two leaves in a codex. ...


Pagination can also refer to the process of organizing information onto webpages. For instance, threads on a bulletin board might be paginated such that 20 appear on each page.


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Stephanus pagination - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (193 words)
Stephanus pagination is the system of reference and organisation used in the works of Plato.
As such, this system is often used to reference Plato - for example, Symposium 172a would refer the reader to the opening of Plato's Symposium.
This system of pagination is based on an edition of Plato by Henricus Stephanus (Henri Estienne).
Pagination (1199 words)
Successful pagination requires a preprocess that maps the logical structure of a newspaper to the physical structure, which is defined by the printing press configuration or the restrictions of other visualization media.
In newspaper pagination in particular, this translates to taking into account such things as what pages contain colour, which is the middle sheet of the newspaper and what constraints are imposed by the printing machines and process.
In pagination of the generalized newspaper there is often an abundance of material with different priorities and expiration times, instead of a strictly selected set of material that must be fitted into the publication.
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