How to create a simple menu in Google Blogger

How to create a simple menu in Blogger

Comrade of the previous and next conversation on weekends because there was some questions about how to better organize your blog for your readers. Specifically, he wanted to be able to create a menu bar so that readers can easily find entries written on specific topics. There are a few ways to do this but the easiest way to make Blogger tags work for you.

If you're involved in creating a website or blog, you'll probably find that Google is as difficult as the Rubik's Cube (for example, if you have never deleted a Rubik cube, let me go, I'm not smart enough to be close to you, you have to worry about getting a second time getting in. When exchanging information from various sources, I've found that Blogger tags do not make SEO. After 25 tags were retrospectively thought, as Google's search optimization keyword, it probably will not help much in search engine rankings. It can help you organize your blog as it makes it easier for users to find certain types of content, but they will not make you the number one list on Google the term.

This was a big bummer for me because I thought that in my Blogger tag I just wrote "Super Awesome Blog", anyone who finds the Super Awesome blog unreasonably. It is not true. Sad. I will never be Super Awesome (crying in victory … er, coffee). But they are very useful in getting people to know about your blog, especially when they are consistently used. Therefore, create a menu of tags in order to maximize its effectiveness and usefulness.

Create a list of 5 to 7 words (eg For example, I write all the posts that are about in my mind, in my thoughts, my personal experience gets the "Martini Musings" tag Everything that goes with my family gets the "The Monkey House" tag Recipes are labeled "Recipes." You can add additional tags for each title, for example, I will label this post can be tagged as "Mocca Bettah Blogging" but as part of the "Tags, menu bar, user manual, and blogger tips" when I tag tags for this post. Not so because I hope to help Google's search index, but because it can help the reader find this post based on the search terms when they're doing internal site search.

Step Two: Edit All Existing Entries

By briefly summarizing the topics that your posts can categorize, each entry contains one or two of these "Master Labels". You can create labels for each entry by adding them to the "Tags" section under Mail Settings on the right side of your mail settings. (Heh … I lost. Help! … When you write a post, look at the right.).

Step Three: Add the Tag widget (if you have not already)

Now that all your posts are categorized as "Master Label Lists" you want to add the tags widget to your layout. Go to Layout and "Add Edit" (no matter where, because we will move it).

Select the Tags module.

Step Four: Edit Labels Module

There are a few options to customize your gadget. Select the "Selected Tags" radio button and click the "edit" button. Any label you have ever used is created on a list. Check the box next to the labels in the Master list. You see, it only points out 89 out of 89. WARNING Be sure to use the radio tower instead of "Cloud" instead of "List". Click the "Save" button.

Step Five: Move the Module

You now want to change the gadget location. Since we create a menu bar, you want to reach it at the top right under the title bar.

Save your layout and view your blog. Under the header, you should see a menu bar with the "Master list" of the generated tags. ** Appearance of the menu bar (fonts, colors, etc.) Customizable in the Blogger Template section.

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Source by Glory E Thorpe

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