# Trim Extra


Remove the page=1 param from the link of the first page.

# Synopsis

pagy.rb (initializer)
require 'pagy/extras/trim' # it will trim without any further configuration,
Controller (and initializer)
# you can disable it explicitly for specific requests
@pagy, @records = pagy(collection, trim_extra: false)

# or...

# disable it by default (opt-in) in pagy.rb initializer:
Pagy::DEFAULT[:trim_extra] = false   # default true
# in this case you have to enable it explicitly when you want the trimming
@pagy, @records = pagy(collection, trim_extra: true)

# Files

# Variables

Variable Description Default
:trim_extra enable or disable the feature true

You can use the :trim_extra variable to opt-out of trimming even when the extra is required (trimming by default).

You can set the Pagy::DEFAULT[:trim_extra] default to false if you want to explicitly pass the trim_extra: true variable in order to trim the page param.

# Methods

The trim extra overrides the pagy_link_proc method in the Pagy::Frontend module.

This method overrides the pagy_link_proc using the pagy_trim to process the link to the first page.

Sub-method called only by the pagy_link_proc method, it removes the the :page_param param from the first page link ( usually page=1).

Override this method if you are customizing the urls.

If you use a pagy_*nav_js helper you should customize also the Pagy.trim javascript function.