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Table Pagination

Table Pagination is an interface tool for splitting up large amounts of data to make it easier for users to navigate.


The Table Pagination component lets you add pagination controls to a table. It controls two properties of its parent table:

  • displayed page index
  • number of rows per page

Rows per page:

1–5 of 13


import { TablePagination } from '@mui/base/TablePagination';

Table Pagination renders its internal elements in a <td> tag by default so it can be inserted into a table's <tr>. You can use the slots.root prop to render a different root element—for example, if you need to place the pagination controls outside of the table. See Custom structure for details.

The following demo shows an example of customized pagination controls in a table footer that spans the entire row:

Frozen yoghurt1596
Ice cream sandwich2379

Rows per page:

1–5 of 13


The Table Pagination component is composed of a root <td> that houses up to ten interior slots:

  • toolbar
  • spacer
  • selectLabel
  • selectRoot
  • select
  • selectIcon
  • input
  • menuItem
  • displayedRows
  • actions
<td class="base-TablePagination-root">
  <div class="base-TablePagination-toolbar">
    <div class="base-TablePagination-spacer"></div>
    <p class="base-TablePagination-selectLabel" id="mui-48">Rows per page:</p>
    <select class="base-TablePagination-select">
      <option class="base-TablePagination-menuItem">All</option>
    <p class="base-TablePagination-displayedRows">1–5 of 13</p>
    <div class="base-TablePagination-actions">
      <button disabled="" aria-label="Go to first page" title="Go to first page">
        aria-label="Go to previous page"
        title="Go to previous page"
      <button aria-label="Go to next page" title="Go to next page">
      <button aria-label="Go to last page" title="Go to last page">

Custom structure

Use the slots prop to override the root or any other interior slot:

<TablePagination slots={{ root: 'div', toolbar: 'nav' }} />

Use the slotProps prop to pass custom props to internal slots. The following code snippet applies a CSS class called my-spacer to the spacer slot:

<TablePagination slotProps={{ spacer: { className: 'my-spacer' } }} />


Usage with TypeScript

In TypeScript, you can specify the custom component type used in the slots.root as a generic parameter of the unstyled component. This way, you can safely provide the custom root's props directly on the component:

<TablePagination<typeof CustomComponent>
  slots={{ root: CustomComponent }}

The same applies for props specific to custom primitive elements:

<TablePagination<'button'> slots={{ root: 'button' }} onClick={() => {}} />

Custom pagination options

You can customize the options shown in the Rows per page select using the rowsPerPageOptions prop. This prop requires an array of either numbers or objects:

  • numbers—each number is used for the option's label and value.

    <TablePagination rowsPerPageOptions={[10, 50]} />
  • objects—the value and label keys are used, respectively, for the value and label of the option (useful for labels such as All).

    <TablePagination rowsPerPageOptions={[10, 50, { value: -1, label: 'All' }]} />

Customized look and feel

The following demo shows another example of pagination controls but with additional style customization:

Frozen yoghurt1596
Ice cream sandwich2379

Rows per page:

1–5 of 13