1. Static pages
A recent addition to the blogger in draft is the feature that allows the blog owners to add static pages to the blog. According to the blog up to 10 static pages can be added to the blog now. This can be done inside the posting section where now a separate tab is available for adding new pages.
Blogger still does not allow the authors to add categories to the blog. This sometime is a must for a blog. Especially for the blogs like the one you are currently reading. This is a tech blog and because tech in itself is a vast topic to blog about categories are needed. So I devised a way to easily add categories to my blog. Prior to this I searched the internet for some solution but all the solutions I got either were too complicated for anyone to apply to their blog or were simply not the type I was searching for
The solution I devised allows you to add categories to the blog and the main stream of posts remain untouched. When the reader clicks on any of the categories link all the posts related to that very category are shown. In addition to this this is a very simple and easy to apply hack.
So let’s start
a. First of all. For this thing to work all of your posts must be of a specific format. That is let the posts be like anything you want it to be but add a label similar to the category you want your post to be. Like the labels in this blog im using are.
You can make your own labels and then add them under every post you want to be added to the categories. Then publish the posts. Ex suppose have written a blog post that is related to changes in registry in windows7 then add ‘#windows7’ and ‘#tipsandtricks’ to the labels the rest of the labels can be anything you want them to be.
b. So now when all the work related to the posts is ready. Go to the design section of your dashboard and follow the presentation below.
The code reffered to as “THE CODE” in the presentation is this
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NAME OF THE CATEGORY
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