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Add pagenation to XSLT document without using post-back.

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I am looking for a way to enable pagenation for my XML data using XSLT. I do not want to use a post back i.e) 'Window.Open' to acheive this... Any ideas? The variables I have are... PageNumber (The current page being viewed), PageSize (The amount of results to show per page). I have all the actual pagenation code working at present so there is no need to go into how to get the page links etc setup. I basically need a way to reload the data within the page dynamically without a post back. The reason for this is by using a post back I have to 'Allow blocked content' each and every time I change a page - and by doing this the pagenation breaks.
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