How Do You Create A Drop Down Menu On Blogger?
Does anyone know how to create a drop down menu on Blogger. I want to create categories and then add my pages to those categories. I really don't know what to do with posts. I want them readily seen instead of being on some sidebar list or having readers move from page to post. I hope this makes sense.
Categories can be created on menu bar at top of your blog. I have shown this in my hub "How to create pages on Google Blogger". No sidebar creation is there as far as I know. All other tools are through gadgets.
Venkatachari: I will have to read that hub again. I have it bookmarked. I know who to get pages into the header. What I want is a drop down menu so that I can have, lets say Dog Toys at the top, readers click and see list of articles for the topic.
That's what I have mentioned in it. First you create the page and then link the articles. When the visitor visits your blog, he will click on the page 'Dog Toys'. Then a page opens up and he will find all articles on Dog Toys. He will click his topic
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