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How to change the order of our posts at blogger

Updated on April 19, 2011
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How to arrange blogs on Blogger

In order to change or rearrange the way your blogs are viewed on your Blogger page is fairly easy. All you have to do is log into your Blogger account, then go to your dashboard. In the section, where it says, "Manage your blogs," select the 'Layout' button on the blog you wish to change. Once you are on the Edit Layout page, select the 'Edit' button located in the 'Blog Archive' box. This will open up a small window where you can change the hierarchy of your blogs. Not much of a selection however, in the ways you can have your blogs posted. You only have the choice of showing your older or new blogs first, then the rest follow suit.

I hope this information was helpful to you, as well as any future Blogger users.

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      Ned Stark 

      4 years ago

      Thank you for sharing. Sometimes I do need to arrange the order of posts as I want. It's a good way to do like you mentioned in the article, but I build something that I like even better: www.weavi.com - Now I write my blog on Weavi and I can change the order easily by dragging. I put all my posts into a system to make them more clear to my readers. It's cool :)

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      Bruce Studniarz 

      5 years ago

      [quote]8192 characters left.[/quote]

      Nicely put, Thanks!.

      Seriously loads of great guidance!

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      idrinkwater 

      5 years ago

      I think if complains and sends feedback hopefully Google will add that option so best thing to do is open your dashboard. In the section, where it says, "Manage your blogs," select the 'posts' button then on the bottom right of your page there is a send feedback highlight your posts and then put in something asking to sort posts to show on blog by older first

      but for now im just gona leave it as it is set until hopefull google add that option

      here is my blog if you like to have a look

      http://aliverpoollad.blogspot.co.uk/

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      rofeUndoxonee 

      5 years ago

      I accustomed to get at the top of lifestyle yet as of late We have piled up some sort of opposition.

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      iNNC!art 

      6 years ago

      you can change the date of the post (to do so, go in edit post, then at the bottom of the post you will see option)

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      MrLittle215 

      6 years ago

      @eb996...thank you so much for your comment post it helped me TREMENDOUSLY! CHECK OUT MY BLOG EVERYONE!!!!!!!

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      anil sharma 

      6 years ago

      I wanted to do it auto, but I have just changed time. If you have any trick for keeping the order as I wish kindly send a message

      http://anilsharmasblog.blogspot.com/

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      Kaushik 

      8 years ago

      Edit post - option - change post time... simple

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      Rajagopal 

      8 years ago

      I have figured out a better way. Blogger provides option to use static pages in post using the HTML/Javascript gadget. If you have one page that you want to show at the beginning of the blog you can do that using this gadget.

      Check the link provided for the exact procedure.

      However, if you want to change the order of the post entirely it may not be possible. The only way would be to tweak around with the dates.

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      ABHISHEK 

      8 years ago

      I HAVE BETTER TRICK. (follow the steps)

      1)GO TO EDIT POST MENU

      2)EDIT THE POST THAT YOU WANT TO SHOW IT FIRST

      3)CLICK ON THE POST OPTION LEFT DOWN SIDE OF THE POST

      4)CHANGE THE TIME OF THE POST TO THE LATEST.

      (((((eg..3/19/10 change it to 3/24/10)))))))

      PLEASE VISIT MY BLOG http://www.pcden.blogspot.com

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      eb996 

      8 years ago

      I found a way to trick blogger into changing the order. If you go an edit a post, there is a place at the bottom where you can change the date and time that it is published. If you want them in a specific order just make the date or time earlier or later than the posts around it. Hope this helps.

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      m4m3 

      8 years ago

      not usefull..it's only change the post navigation...

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      Krish Silva 

      8 years ago

      This was near to helpful but only adjusting the archive order was not my resolution. Thank you however...

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      real estate 

      9 years ago

      I can't believe they could get something so basic so wrong.

      Having 2 choices is no choice, either the newest post which is freshest showing first or the oldest which is the most relevent like a home page, showing first.

      Why didn't they simply allow a home page that's static? I find this structural problem with almost all blog platforms and to me its ridiculous and why I didn't get into blogging sooner as opposed to normal websites with clear navigation.

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      TweedleDum 

      10 years ago

      I think you should do whatever your personal preference may be, depending on what your tring to do with your blog and how you want people to view your page should be your layout. If a person is to lazy to push 'Next' on the pages well, then, I don't know what to say other than, why the hell are you on the computer?? There aren't "Rules" to blog layouts. Hence the many customizations you can do with different sites. It's all about personal preference here.

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      debby28 

      10 years ago from WASHINGTON

      BUT IF YOU ARE TELLING A STORY YOU NEED THE BEGINNING FIRST HELP

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      Shay Govara 

      10 years ago from On the run

      Probably not the best idea otherwise you'll always have a blog that looks like it doesn't have fresh content because all the new posts get carried down. After a while the front page just doesn't move.

      I would advise against doing this and keep the default. That's how blogs are supposed to work.

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