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How To Hide/Remove Blogger’s “No Posts”

How To Hide/Remove Blogger’s “No Posts”

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This simple trick comes from a young blogger named Aumkar Thakur, and what it basically teaches you is how to hide the “No posts” message box in your Blogger. This can be seen when you’ve just opened up your Blogger account and you still haven’t posted anything yet.

To hide it, just follow the quick 3-step instructions below:

  1. From your Blogger dashboard, go to ‘Template’ and then click on ‘Customize
  2. Click on ‘Advanced’ and then on the submenu, scroll down to the bottom and click on ‘Add CSS
  3. Now copy and then paste this very short code inside the CSS panel:
display: none;

Congratulations! The ‘No posts’ message box should now have disappeared when you look at your blog site’s preview window below.


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  1. quinn says:

    Your suggestion of the CSS code:

    display: none;

    does not work to remove the ‘No Posts’ from the home page of my Blogger Page.

    any other suggestions? Maybe adjusting code in HTML (I can’t find anything online that works. have tried a couple of HTML code changes, too – to no avail.

  2. I need to change post position without any delete post. Is that possible ?

  3. Stephanie says:

    Can’t seem to get this code to work (even if I put it all in one line). Is it because I’m using Dynamic Views on Blogger?

  4. Michael Leng says:

    My blogspot have been created for over a year. But I just found that the only one link below showing “No posts found” when click link through google page search.

    FAS – Free Alongside Ship (Thai: FAS – ฟรีอลองไซด์)
    logisticsclinic.blogspot.com/…/… – Cached
    Shared on Google+. View the post.
    by Michael Leng – More by Michael Leng

    How to solve it please?

  5. Pam says:

    Great! It works! Thanks!

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