I've got quite a discussion going on one of my hubs -- huzzah! -- but at this point the text of 145 comments easily eclipses the text of a couple-page article as far as search engines are concerned. There's getting to be more content on the page written by other people than by me.
The easy fix would be to display the last 10-15 comments with a "more" link to the older comments. But I can't find a comment capsule setting for something like that. Is there one?
You can edit the comment capsule to allow only so many comments to be shown. As far as I know there is nothing like a "more" button, though - the other comments would be unavailable.
That could be a valuable addition, though - maybe staff should consider such a thing.
My philosophy is there is no such thing as a "dumb question"! I continue to learn from many of the questions that are posted here, and this one is very interesting as well as the possibility that such an option could be added.
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