Originally Posted by taxlady
The quick way to find it is by clicking the little box, in the quote, with a chevron/arrow next to the person's name. That will take you back to the original post. I had to do that twice in this case, to get back to where the hydrangeas are mentioned.
This is a post about an old post about hydrangeas. lol
I clicked the box. When I clicked on the first reply (after the first mention of Hydrageas) it took me to a page full of replies with the original message at the top of my screen. Easy peasy AND a good tip, taxy.
Later replies, depending on who quoted what don't always go back to the OP (about 'it').
Not that clicking on several boxes is that hard but it would be easier and more understandable if the post just referenced hydrangeas or the original post #.
Now I know a lot about hydrangeas, which I didn't really need to know because I've never planted hydrangeas, but I didn't know I didn't need to know until I knew what 'it' was about!
A single word (hydrangeas) or post # would have made it all clear.
Not that I think this will change the way it's done here. Oh, no. My mama didn't raise any dumb children.