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TablePagination API

API documentation for the React TablePagination component. Learn about the available props, and the CSS API.


import TablePagination from '@material-ui/core/TablePagination';
// or
import { TablePagination } from '@material-ui/core';
You can learn about the difference by reading this guide on minimizing bundle size.

A TableCell based component for placing inside TableFooter for pagination.

Component name

The name MuiTablePagination can be used when providing default props or style overrides in the theme.


ActionsComponentelementTypeTablePaginationActionsThe component used for displaying the actions. Either a string to use a HTML element or a component.
backIconButtonPropsobjectProps applied to the back arrow IconButton component.
classesobjectOverride or extend the styles applied to the component. See CSS API below for more details.
componentelementTypeThe component used for the root node. Either a string to use a HTML element or a component.
count*numberThe total number of rows.
To enable server side pagination for an unknown number of items, provide -1.
getItemAriaLabelfuncfunction defaultGetAriaLabel(type) { return `Go to ${type} page`; }Accepts a function which returns a string value that provides a user-friendly name for the current page.
For localization purposes, you can use the provided translations.

function(type: string) => string
type: The link or button type to format ('first' | 'last' | 'next' | 'previous').
labelDisplayedRowsfuncfunction defaultLabelDisplayedRows({ from, to, count }) { return `${from}-${to} of ${count !== -1 ? count : `more than ${to}`}`; }Customize the displayed rows label. Invoked with a { from, to, count, page } object.
For localization purposes, you can use the provided translations.
labelRowsPerPagenode'Rows per page:'Customize the rows per page label.
For localization purposes, you can use the provided translations.
nextIconButtonPropsobjectProps applied to the next arrow IconButton element.
onPageChange*funcCallback fired when the page is changed.

function(event: object, page: number) => void
event: The event source of the callback.
page: The page selected.
onRowsPerPageChangefuncCallback fired when the number of rows per page is changed.

function(event: object) => void
event: The event source of the callback.
page*numberThe zero-based index of the current page.
rowsPerPage*numberThe number of rows per page.
Set -1 to display all the rows.
| { label: string, value: number }>
[10, 25, 50, 100]Customizes the options of the rows per page select field. If less than two options are available, no select field will be displayed.
SelectPropsobject{}Props applied to the rows per page Select element.
showFirstButtonboolfalseIf true, show the first-page button.
showLastButtonboolfalseIf true, show the last-page button.

The ref is forwarded to the root element.
Any other props supplied will be provided to the root element (TableCell).


While not explicitly documented above, the props of the TableCell component are also available on TablePagination. You can take advantage of this to target nested components.


Rule nameGlobal classDescription
root.MuiTablePagination-rootStyles applied to the root element.
toolbar.MuiTablePagination-toolbarStyles applied to the Toolbar component.
spacer.MuiTablePagination-spacerStyles applied to the spacer element.
caption.MuiTablePagination-captionStyles applied to the caption Typography component if variant="caption".
selectRoot.MuiTablePagination-selectRootStyles applied to the Select component root element.
select.MuiTablePagination-selectStyles applied to the Select component `select` class.
selectIcon.MuiTablePagination-selectIconStyles applied to the Select component `icon` class.
input.MuiTablePagination-inputStyles applied to the InputBase component.
menuItem.MuiTablePagination-menuItemStyles applied to the MenuItem component.
actions.MuiTablePagination-actionsStyles applied to the internal `TablePaginationActions` component.

You can override the style of the component using one of these customization options: If that isn't sufficient, you can check the implementation of the component for more detail.