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Searching with Ajax pagination Cakephp

Searching with Ajax pagination Cakephp

Step 1 : View File

$(".pagination a, .header a").on('click',function(){
return false;
<div id="content">
echo $this->Form->create('User',array('type'=>'GET'));
echo $this->Form->input('',array('id'=>'name','error'=>array('class'=>'error'),
echo $this->Form->input('',array('id'=>'email','error'=>array('class'=>'error'),
echo $this->Form->input('User.message',array('id'=>'message','error'=>array('class'=>'error'),
echo $this->Form->end('Search');
<?php foreach($userDetail as $admins){?>
<td><?php echo $admins['User']['name'];?></td>
<td><?php echo $admins['User']['email'];?></td>
<td><?php echo $admins['User']['message'];?></td>
<?php } ?>
<div class="pagination">
<?php echo $this->Paginator->prev('Prev');?>
<?php echo $this->Paginator->numbers(array('separator' => false));?>                
<?php echo $this->Paginator->next('Next');?>

Controller function

public function index()

$conditions = array();
$data = $_GET;
if(isset($data['name']) && !empty($data['name']))
  $conditions = array_merge($conditions,array(' LIKE'=>'%'.trim($data['name']).'%'));
if(isset($data['email']) && !empty($data['email']))
  $conditions = array_merge($conditions,array(' LIKE'=>'%'.trim($data['email']).'%'));
if(isset($data['message']) && !empty($data['message']))
  $conditions = array_merge($conditions,array('User.message LIKE'=>'%'.trim($data['message']).'%'));
$this->paginate = array('limit'=>1,'order'=>' desc');
$userDetail = $this->paginate('User',$conditions);
$this->layout = '';
$this->autoRender = false;




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