Hello, my website has several posts with hundreds of comments. This forces me to paginate the comments, otherwise the page becomes too heavy to load. Beside that not all HTML code is crawled by Google bot when the page is too big.
Currently I have done pagination every 150 comments. The problem is that the first 150 comments, contained on page 1, are normally indexed by Google, but the hundreds of comments that are on pages 2,3,4 … are invisible to Google due to the canonization.
How should I proceed so the comment pages can be indexed by Google without generating duplicated content? How to apply the concept of rel=”next” and rel=”prev” in posts with many comments the same way it is already done with categories pagination?
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