Separate display settings for blog posts and search results

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    It would be ideal to be able for blog pages to show at most 1 post without affecting the number of posts displayed in the search results.

    At the moment, if I select “show at most 1”, it creates clean-looking blog pages but really sparse search results. Displaying search results one by one makes finding stuff really tedious for the reader and would cause them to abandon the site.

    I’m unable to quickly create a workaround for the theme I just switched to. But a workaround shouldn’t be the solution, honestly. Would it be possible to split up the display settings for these two things?

    The blog I need help with is



    The blog you specified at does not appear to be hosted at

    This support forum is for blogs hosted at If your question is about a self-hosted WordPress blog then you’ll find help at the forums.

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    Nevermind… this helped me figure it out. Again, it’s a workaround.



    That does not apply to blogs, for the record.



    Yes, I saw what the bot said.

    To me, and others, “.org” would imply “free” whereas “.com” implies “paid”, as in “self hosted”.


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    meansoybean, you’re not thinking straight.

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