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Display MySql queries

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Hi Experts,

I'm a php-mysql newbie and I'm trying to set up a web page which basically displays the data that I collect from a form.  The query is working fine and it's pulling up the 5 most recent records, but I'm completely stuck with this:

 - At the bottom of the page I want to add the "Next and Previous" option, so that readers can navigate to another page if there are more than five records and come back to a previous page if needed.  

Here's is the current code:

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "">
<html xmlns="">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
<title>My web page</title>
include 'inc/config.php';
include 'inc/opendb.php'; ?>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="style/principal.css" />



           <!-- QUERY STARTS HERE --->
         mysql_query("SET NAMES 'charset=CP1251' ", $conn );
$query = "SELECT * FROM `ap_form_1` INNER JOIN `ap_element_options` ON (ap_form_1.element_4 = ap_element_options.option_id)  ORDER BY ID DESC LIMIT 5";

$result = mysql_query($query, $conn );       
if( $result === FALSE ) {
  echo '<div class="ERROR">'.mysql_error().'</div>';
} else {
while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result))

echo "<div id=\"bloque\">
<div id=\"fecha\">" . utf8_encode($row["element_1"]). "</div>
<div id=\"actititle\">" . utf8_encode($row["element_3"]). "</div>
<div id=\"actititle\">" . utf8_encode($row["element_5"]). "</div>
<div id=\"actititle\">" . utf8_encode($row["option"]). "(Tipo de archivo)</div>
<div id=\"actititle\">" . utf8_encode($row["element_6"]). "</div>



                   <!--END QUERY--->



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