Setting maximum comments per page in Drupal 8
After creating your comment field for a specific content type, you will want to customize its settings so that it fits your ultimate design. This quick tutorial guides you on how the different settings of the comment field so you can tailor it for your specific data type.
|Default Value||These settings determine how the comments are displayed for all Blog posts. You can set them to Open so comments can be posted, Closed so no more can be posted but existing comments are viewable, or Hidden where all comments are hidden and no one can post.|
|Threading||When checked, allows the replies to be in a threaded list for better continuity.|
|Comments per page||This is the maximum number of comments allowed on a single page. Any others will be displayed on additional pages.|
|Allow comment title||When checked, allows a comment to have a title.|
|Show reply form on same page as comments.||This one is pretty self-explanatory.|
|Preview Comment||Allows preview to be automatic, optional,or required.|
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|1.||Allowing non-members to leave comments in Drupal 8|
|2.||Allowing comment editing in Drupal 8|
|3.||Comment Introduction for Drupal 8|
|4.||Adding a comment field to a basic page in Drupal 8|
|5.||Setting maximum comments per page in Drupal 8|
|6.||Customizing your Comments field in Drupal 8|
|7.||Disabling comments for specific nodes in Drupal 8|
|8.||Disabling comments for Article content type in Drupal 8|
|9.||Forcing comment approval in Drupal 8|
|10.||Disabling comment titles for users in Drupal 8|