There is a little markup change in the way that pagination works between Bootstrap 2 and Bootstrap 3. At the moment (I assume while Bootstrap 3 is still in the release candidate state) the default Laravel markup for pagination supports Bootstrap 2. However, if your project is living life on the edge, it's a pretty simple upgrade.
First, copy the default pagination view from the framework. It's located in
vendor/laravel/framework/Illuminate/Pagination/views/slider.php. Then pop your copy into your
app/views folder (or in a subfolder,
_partials folder if you like). I tend to keep the same file name just for the sake of it.
Then, replace the old Bootstrap 2 markup:
<div class="pagination"> <ul> <?php echo $presenter->render(); ?> </ul> </div>
With the brand-spanking new Bootstrap 3:
<ul class="pagination"> <?php echo $presenter->render(); ?> </ul>
Finally, just tell Laravel which view file to use. Open
app/config/view.php and replace
slider (or include the directory location relative to your views folder if you put it in a subdirectory). Easy, Bootstrap 3 pagination in Laravel 4!