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Changing Maximum Number of Posts in Blogger Label Page

Changing Maximum Number of Posts in Blogger Label Page

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Our featured Blogger tip for today is from Peter of Blogger Tips and Tricks. He shows you a simple technique on how you can change number of posts in Blogger Label Page (category page). By default, Blogger has set a maximum of 20 posts but this tutorial allows you to customize it – you may want to increase or decrease maximum number of posts depending on your preference.

If you want to have some changes, you will have to edit the template. By doing so, follow these steps:

  1. Blogger Dashboard > Template > Edit HTML. Click [] Expand Widget Templates.
  2. Search for this code:


3. Replace it with the following:

    expr:href='data:label.url + "?max-results=150"'

    In the above code, Peter opted to use 150 because he wants all posts to be displayed. You may use another value instead of 150.

    If you can find   expr:href=’data:label.url’ repeat step 3.

    4. Save template.

      Note: Do save a backup before doing any changes in your template. Here’s how you do it:

      Blogger Dashboard > Template > Backup (seen at the top right corner) > Download full template > All files.



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      1. John says:

        Didn’t work for me 🙁

      2. Carl says:

        This trick did not work for me at all.

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