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    Default How to configure posts per page on H2G:

    Here on Help2Go you can configure the settings in your profile to view either 5, 10, 20, 30 or 40 posts per page to prevent from having to view multiple pages to find a specific post. I prefer to have 30 posts per page myself to have fewer pages to sift through in a single thread. Here's how to accomplish this task:

    Locate Forum Actions on the menu bar at the top of the Help2Go forum page as displayed below:



    Click on Forum Actions to expand the drop down box. You will now see the following choices:



    Choose General Settings:

    On the next screen, scroll down and locate Thread Display Options as shown below:



    Now locate Number of Posts to Show Per Page and click on the arrow to the right to expand the dropdown box that will display the choices of how many number of posts that you can set to be displayed per page to eliminate splitting posts onto multiple pages.

    Once you have chosen how many posts per page you would like, scroll down to the bottom of the same page and click on the button to save those changes just made.

    Please note: I tried changing my posts per page to 40 and was unable to accomplish this so it may not work for you either. Choose 30 instead.
    Last edited by DonnaB; 06-15-2013 at 10:27 AM.
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