Comments Body Height Settings

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Comments" > "General"

There isn’t a limit to how many comments can be made on each post, potentially leading to a long list of comments under each post. To keep your comments from getting too long, especially if they are open (showing) by default, you can display your comments within a scrollbox. Here you can assign a scrollbox for either your blog’s main page, or for single post pages, as well as set the height of the scrollbox.

A 300 pixel tall scrollbox on a blog home page. Note the scrollbar for scrolling just comments.

If you don’t apply a scrollbox, all of your comments will be displayed under each post when your comments areas are open.

A full list of comments on a single post page (no comments scrollbar).


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Comments" > "General"

There isn’t a limit to how many comments can be made on each post, potentially leading to a long list of comments under each post. To keep your comments from getting too long, especially if they are open (showing) by default, you can display your comments within a scrollbox. Here you can assign a scrollbox for either your blog’s main page, or for single post pages, as well as set the height of the scrollbox.

A 300 pixel tall scrollbox on a blog home page. Note the scrollbar for scrolling just comments.

If you don’t apply a scrollbox, all of your comments will be displayed under each post when your comments areas are open.

A full list of comments on a single post page (no comments scrollbar).

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"Appearance" > "P3 Customize" > "Comments" > "General"

There isn’t a limit to how many comments can be made on each post, potentially leading to a long list of comments under each post. To keep your comments from getting too long, especially if they are open (showing) by default, you can display your comments within a scrollbox. Here you can assign a scrollbox for either your blog’s main page, or for single post pages, as well as set the height of the scrollbox.

A 300 pixel tall scrollbox on a blog home page. Note the scrollbar for scrolling just comments.

If you don’t apply a scrollbox, all of your comments will be displayed under each post when your comments areas are open.

A full list of comments on a single post page (no comments scrollbar).

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