Interesting that Search Page doesn’t have the `%first_asset_position%`

and

`%last_asset_position%`

keywords that Asset Listing Page has .

I think you’re right that you need keyword maths to make it happen, and you need to hardcode the page size which is a shame but probably ok. You’re definitely on the right track, but:

- you need some maths to turn the current page number to the “first index of this page”, and
- Your solution for the end date would show 260 on the last page, not 257, so you need to compare it to
`%result_count%`

to make sure it doesn’t go over.

This seems to work

```
%current_result_page^subtract:1^multiply:20^add:1% - %current_result_page^multiply:20^gt:{result_count}:{result_count}:{current_result_page^multiply:20}%
```

The index of the start of the current page is `(page - 1) * 20 + 1`

.

The index of the end of the current page is `page * 20`

unless that is larger than `result_count`

, in which case use `result_count`

instead.