The docs I see for HTML::Pager
* new() supports several optional arguements:
- debug - if set to 1, debugging information is warn()'d during the program run. Defaults to 0.
- template - this is an HTML::Template object to use instead of the auto-generated HTML::Template used in Pager output. It must define the following TMPL_LOOPs and TMPL_VARs. Here's what the default template looks like, to give you an idea of how to change it to suite your purposes:
. . .
<TABLE BORDER=0 BGCOLOR=#000000 WIDTH=100%>
<TR><TD><TABLE BORDER=0 WIDTH=100%>
<TD BGCOLOR=#ffffff><TMPL_VAR NAME="PAGER_DATA_COL_0"></TD>
<TD BGCOLOR=#ffffff><TMPL_VAR NAME="PAGER_DATA_COL_1"></TD>
<TD BGCOLOR=#ffffff><TMPL_VAR NAME="PAGER_DATA_COL_2"></TD>
<!--- depends on number of rows in data - so should your rep
<TR><TD BGCOLOR=#DDDDDD COLSPAN=3 ALIGN=CENTER>
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