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I'm using tag entries like in Docs

{exp:tag:entries
        inclusive="yes"
        orderby="entry_date"
        sort="asc"
        limit="10"
        paginate="bottom"        
        websafe_separator="+" 
    }
{tag_paginate}
        <div class="large-12 medium-12 columns center navigation-footer default_font">                            
            {tag_pagination_links}                            
        </div>
    {/tag_paginate}

But pagination links are generated without visual separator between words (its empty space, no +), the pagination actually works, but I have different links..

Am I missing some extra parameter to get pagination working. I'm using Stash partials and the tag_pagination is inside Switch case.

thanks

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  • Can you try the above code on a completely, absolutely blank EE template with nothing whatsoever on it besides the code? This will eliminate a lot of possible causes for your issue. Can you also give examples of your current URL, and the pagination URLs created? Thanks.
    – Solspace
    Mar 31 '14 at 6:29
  • Hi, I opened test template under main template group called 'test' and I pasted very simple tags {exp:tag:entries orderby="entry_date" sort="asc" limit="10" paginate="bottom" websafe_separator="+" } {title}<br/> {tag_paginate} {tag_pagination_links} {/tag_paginate} {/exp:tag:entries} I get my list when I call this url domain.com/home/test/tag/art+lovers First page is open as this domain.com/home/test/tag/art%20lovers/P10 and so on.. everything is working, only the separator is empty space
    – Davor Peic
    Apr 2 '14 at 16:35

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