I have a web page, that has a table, that uses a pager, and that have different filters to filter the columns. The table contains 50 rows per page.
After applying a filter I want to count how many rows the filter has returned; to do so I need to go through all the pages that are available and for each page count the number of the rows that are there.
To go to the next page I have an right arrow
> that I can click on. When I am on the last page, the arrow becomes disabled and I can no longer click on it.
My question is: is there a way to test if the arrow is still clickable?
I should mention that my home page uses
AngularJS to populate the table, so I use
ng-click and give it a method that load the next page of the table.