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I am getting all the comments listed in the same page. How can I do the paging concept for comments?
How do I get the comment count?

  • Why are you listing comments in a page? Can Comments In a View help you to use the power of views to paginate, filter, sort comments? – Shoaib Nawaz Jun 17 '11 at 14:53
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Paging on comments is provided in Drupal Core without any contribute modules.

If you go to your content type configuration screen:

  • D6 Path: admin/content/node-type/[node-type-name]
  • D7 Path: admin/structure/types/manage/[node-type-name]

You will see there's a Comment field-set/tab(d7) with some options. The option you want to check out is the comments per page setting. Select the number you'll like for when a page should break and save your settings. Once you're comment have pass that threshold you will see a pager for your comments.

Now for the comment counts there a variable available to you in both Drupal 6 and 7 in the node template. The name of that variable is $comment_count.

  • Thank you very much eric... Got exactly what i need.... :-) +1 for d6 and d7 – Fero Jun 18 '11 at 5:32

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