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How do I get to the earliest page of the list of questions for example, in a site ? See detail?

Asked by flo (11238points) August 7th, 2010

I don’t know how to do it period. Clicking the highest number at the bottom of every page might be too time consuming if there are lots of pages. I try to go to any Q, and change the number at the end of the URL but that is still trial and error.

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You might want to use the search-box on the top right-hand corner :)

Also this is probably a meta question.

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@Vincentt What do I put in the search box?
The question is not only about Fluther, so it can’t be Meta. I have never seen (I am inexperienced) a website that says “earliest page”.

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The question you are looking for.

If you want to know the first question of Fluther, well… That’s the salt and pepper question And as far as I can see, going to fluther.com/<question nr> works too.

However, every website differs in how it is set up, so there is no way to give a generalized answer that works on every website.

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