I need to display 12 posts on the every page. Please give a way to disable auto pagination. Not everyone needs this feature.and
Auto Pagination doesn't help me!are probably among the more objective problem reports seen this morning.
As you can see in my blog, "Auto Pagination" doesn't help. I need at least 45 post in my front page. Doesn't help people reading my posts. Can anyone help me with this?
Looking at the problem reports in detail, we can see at least 3 classes of problems.
- People with blogs with classic templates, who need to move to layouts and use "Newer Posts" / "Older Posts".
- People who are using "Newer Posts" / "Older Posts", and simply perceive the need to decide their own page size.
- People who are seeing badly calculated page size, as in one post / page. A large number of these reports may be connected with use of the "Jump Break" / "Read More ..." option.
So, I setup 2 rollup questions, in Blogger Help Forum: Something Is Broken.
- Problem Rollup: Auto Pagination for blogs with Classic templates.
- Problem Rollup: Auto Pagination for blogs with Layout templates.
As noted, Blogger has admitted to blogs using the "Jump Break" / "Read More ..." option as being one possible problem cause. Until Blogger fixes all of the problems, and there are no more complaints, I'll suggest that anybody still seeing any problem involving Auto Pagination should continue to supply details, objectively and politely, to the rollup questions. It's always possible that the "Jump Break" / "Read More ..." option is not the only cause of the problems being experienced - and your report might provide the needed diagnostic detail to help Blogger identify another problem.
If you're seeing a problem with your blog, which involves Auto Pagination, please observe some basic guidelines.
- Post in the right question. If you have any doubt about whether your blog uses a classic or a layouts template, read here.
- Read the instructions at the top of the question, and provide the details about your problem. The requested details vary by question, and will change as this problem continues to be explored.
- Blogger will decide whether the change was necessary, what the problems are, and how to fix the problems. The more facts that you provide about your problem, the more chance that Blogger will find the cause of your problem, and will fix your problem first. The more opinion that you provide, the more chance that Blogger will look at somebody else's problem report, and fix their problem first.
- Be patient.
- When this is over, review and trim your main page size.