Pagination should be simple right? It's just some arrows you click to move between some content. We should probably be used to this by now: it's complicated. There are UI complications (e.g. making sure the buttons stay where there are, when they can). There are UX complications (e.g. can you make it fast? do you offer more than forward and back? do URLs matter?). There are backend complications (e.g. counts are expensive).
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