Pagination is a way of showing a
small subset $paginator->pageRows ( returned by function $paginator->getPageRows() )
of rows from
a larger total selection $paginator->rows of rows,
from the query result $paginator->result .
This is done to aid navigation.
For example, if we select rows from a database, the result set may include a total of
100,000 rows. It would not be a good idea
to present all 100,000 rows in one massive web page, so
we should first decide on the maximum number of rows to display on each page.
We could call this the LIMIT, but the keyword LIMIT refers to a limit
we impose on the main database SELECT statement.
Since version 9a, there is a new pagination class
$paginator = $this->biscuits->loadMethod('paging', true); Example - Member search of all members with a letter "e" in their name