Just a light bit of news, but it appears Google has recently fixed a tiny bug where it wouldn’t show no more than 10 results per page, even when the settings had been changed in the ‘Advanced search’ section. Before, this had made things slow, or nigh on impossible, in trying to find a site’s rankings (for instance, when asked on the spot). This had been going on for several months, although it did work on our PC versions of Safari oddly enough.

Anyways, they have fixed it. All you have to do is turn off ‘Instant Search’ and then click on the ‘Advanced search’ link where you are met by an enabled dropdown for results per page. Now you can choose from 10 to 100 results – the way it should be.

Bug fix for results per page

The Advanced Search section on Google