Ladies, I have a question and I think I should know the answer, so this is driving me nuts.

 

I want to change the layout of my blog, hotconfidence.blogspot.com, by adding "pages".  I want to segregate a couple different topics, like running, kids, family, etc, but I don't know if there's a blogger template that has that option, or if there's a way to customize my current template.  I actually like the appearance of my blog right now and don't want to lose any of it, just add pages, if that makes any sense.

 

Thanks, all!

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I am such a dork.  I just found where to add pages.  I am still getting used to the new Blogger In Draft, but the one thing that's nice is that "pages" is an option on the main panel!

OK, so I figured out how to add "pages", but now I'm wondering how to maneuver existing content to these pages, and how to post to them.  If I have a running page, can I submit an entry and tell it to appear on the running page?

 

I'm playing around with it right now, but am not known for my patience to see it through, so I need all the help I can get!  LOL

 

Thanks!

I see that you already have 'Labels' in your sidebar. So if you want to "segregate a couple different topics, like running, kids, family, etc", I suggests you use labels. They are great if you write about several different topics. So go back to your posts that you want to organize and edit the post labels. Also, you can add a list of all your labels in the sidebar and name them Categories.

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I think you're right.  I'll just narrow down my labels for now!

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