Pages added to Google's Blogger In Draft

Google added “Pages” on Blogger in Draft! to help you publish static information on stand-alone pages. You create a page similar to a blog post, and up to 10 pages from your blog. “From Blogger in Draft click Posting | Edit Pages tab, then click New Page. Once a page is published, you can link […]

Google added “Pages” on Blogger in Draft! to help you publish static information on stand-alone pages. You create a page similar to a blog post, and up to 10 pages from your blog. “From Blogger in Draft click Posting | Edit Pages tab, then click New Page. Once a page is published, you can link to it from the new Pages widget, that lets you add links to your pages as tabs at the top of your blog, or as links in your blog's sidebar. You can decide which pages to link, and in what order. You can also choose whether or not you want links automatically created for pages when you create them by checking or unchecking the box to the left of Add new Pages by default. Finally, for those of you that have custom templates, your custom template may not automatically support Pages as horizontal "tabs". If you’re familiar with HTML, follow these instructions on how to add Pages to your custom template.



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