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"Couldn't update collection. Maximum number of enabled pages reached" Error ???


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Site URL: http://www.juliemandel.com/recordings

I am using the York 7.0 Template.

Is there really a maximum number of Album pages you can enable? Is that number really 14? That seems unlikely, and I can't find any reference to a limit online. What's going on?

I have a Gallery Page set up that displays Album pages, and presently there are 9 active items that I've added to this page. I have been setting up additional pages that I plan to link to this page shortly. I added another 8 pages in the Not Linked section. As I started to enable them prior to adding them to this Gallery, I was able to enable 5 of them, but when I tried to enable the 6th, it gave me the error message shown below "Couldn't Update Collection, Maximum Number of Enabled Pages Reached".

Thanks for any light you can shed.

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Looks like I'm on a legacy plan. Tried to add a page and receive the maximum pages reached notice. I disabled an old page to make room. Now both pages are giving me the prompt. What a rip off!

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7 hours ago, Dinhster said:

I disabled an old page to make room. Now both pages are giving me the prompt.

Disabling a page does not reduce the number of pages. You'd have to remove them entirely. Also keep in mind that throwing them in the trash probably doesn't remove them from the count. They have to be deleted from the trash.

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