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Add A Non Removal Encrypted Footer Credit in Blogger


Add A Non Removal Encrypted Footer Credit
Add A Non Removal Encrypted Footer Credit

Add A Non Removal Encrypted Footer Credit in Blogger 

Add a Non Removal Encrypted Footer Credit:Do you a blogger Templates Developer or You own  a free Template now DO it for your Credit in footer

Add A Non Removal Encrypted Footer Credit
Add A Non Removal Encrypted Footer Credit
Designing of a blog template is not a kids stuff. It involves lot of hard work, creativity and time to develop a SEO Optimized template, some times it takes days to develop a responsive design for blogger. So the template designer naturally expects the credits for his hard work as he gives it mostly for free. But the new bloggers seem that they do not respect the hard work of designers and just copy paste the codes of widgets from other blogs or remove the footer credits of the designer.
If you are a designer then here is a method for you to encrypt your footer credits to prevent newbies from removing the links of the template designer. After encryption one cannot change the credits just by changing footer credit link and name.

 For newbie bloggers I have given a case study on How to remove encrypted footer credits in blogger template at the end of this post.

Add A Non Removal Encrypted Footer Credit


Step-1 Preparing the template

Go the template where you desire to place your credits and add the following div .



<div id='#designercredit'>

     Designed By <a href='http://www.mysmartnew.in/' id='#desigenrcredit'>MySmartNew</a>

   </div>


Replace the highlighted 'designer credit' with your own id. And don't forget to change the URL to the link that you want to redirect on click.


Step-2 Preparing Java script


copy paste the java script given below into a notepad by filename.js extension in UTF-8 encoding. And upload it to your Dropbox or Google Drive.


$(document).ready(function()

{

  var aa=$("#designercredits").val();

  if (aa == null) {

    window.location.href = "https://www.mysmaernew.in/";

  };

$("#designercredits").attr("href","https://www.mysmaernew.in/");

});

Replace the highlighted text as in Step 1.
Add A Non Removal Encrypted Footer Credit
REplacing Code



Step-3:  Placing the script URL

Obtain the link from your Dropbox and place it in your template just below the



Tag

<head> tag.




<script src='script url' type='text/javascript'/>

Paste your file url in the place of script url

Done !!Now you have success fully generated a encrypted footer credit no one can remove your credit 

How to Remove footer credits from any blogger template?



How to Remove footer credits
How to Remove footer credits

How to Remove footer credits from any blogger template?

How to Remove footer credits-Do You Use Free Blogger Templates and You Not able To remove Your footer Credit.Come And Check now You can do it.

How are these footers actually encrypted?

How to Remove footer credits
How to Remove footer credits

  1. The template authors design the template with all the inline javascripts.
  2. Take each javascript and pack it with necessary code that places back the footer credits in case you try to remove it.
  3. Hex encode the script to obfuscate it as shown below.
Javascript code that has been packed helps to compress as well as to obfuscate the code. The reasons for this will be to reduce the size of the original Javascript code as well as make it harder for someone to work out what is going on and to steal it. Obviously if you have spent time and effort writing a cool widget or piece of code you don't really want every tom dick and harry coming along and ripping your code without payment or even acknowledgement. 

Why query responsive function and other features are lost when we edit the code shown above?

Basically when we are editing or removing something in the packed script or hex encoded script we make it useless to render. We are actually not editing the script that only replaces the footer link but, we are changing the entire script. So, obviously the useful script function turns out useless along with the code that replaces footer credits.

Is there no way to remove credits without loosing the features of the useful script??

As I always say 
Where there is a will, there is a way.
 Yes, we have two procedures to remove only the script that replaces footer credits back.

  • First one is useless according to me. It goes like this "Disable all the java script using no-script tag in css". I don't prefer this one because script is mandatory for my templates.
  • And the Second ..Here it comes, buckle up your seat belts and concentrate.



Simple Method:

Go to your theme and select Html Mode and in html Mode Find This two things in the pictures 

How to Remove footer credits
How to Remove footer credits


and starting with function(f,g,c,b )
Somethings like that
JUst remove this Portion and edit It as you want Then done You have completely done

Process to unpack a packed java script and remove hex encoding:

So, we have two jobs to accomplish. First is to find if any packed java script is present and unpack it which is then followed by hex decoding.

1. Unpacking java script and removing of footer credits and URL redirects

Fore most step is open your template with an editor or directly in template edit section of your blogger account.

search for the following line






eval(function(p,a,c,k,e,d)




you may find multiple instances. Remember to repeat the procedure for all the packed codes. Consider for example I find the following code.






eval(function(p,a,c,k,e,d)

I'll copy the code completely from "eval(" to last occurance of ")"  as shown in the image. Then go to the following link and paste your code under paste section then click Unpack.
http://dean.edwards.name/unpacker/

After unpacking you may get a code like the one shown below


So, are you thinking why I've highlighted the code at last ignoring the other? Here is the answer.

The above code snippet shows the unpacked script packed in templateism blogger template. If you know a little Java Script you can easily find that this one is the code that encrypts the footer. The above script is written to redirect to www.templateism.com if we remove the footer credits.

You may not find exactly the same one in all template but I can say that you can find something starting with "$(document).ready(" and there will be a url after it. So, remove the similar code I've highlighted form "$(document" to last occurrence of ")" i.e, closing brace.

Repeat the same procedure with all other packed functions.


Copy the packed function code (starts with "eval(function(p,a,c,k,e,d)").
Goto http://dean.edwards.name/unpacker/ and unpack it.
Replace the unpacked code in the place of packed code.
Remove everything starting from "$(document).ready(" to ")" last closing brace.

2. Remove encoded script using Hexdecoder:

Some webmasters use this technique to hide their footer encrypting code. Its very simple to find the hex encoded. It is a very long list of hexadecimal characters stored in an array variable. In java script we use "var" to declare a variable. You can see the snippet below to get an idea how the hex encoded script looks.

Now copy all the code starting from "var" to  last semicolon of script. Click the below link and paste the entire copied code in the box and click on decode.
http://ddecode.com/hexdecoder/

Then replace the decoded script with the one that is present in your template. At the end in the decoded script, you can find a code looking like the one below (not exactly same but similar)

and you code is decorated.

How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB to Blogger

how to add find us on facebook tab
how to add find us on facebook tab on blogger


How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB to Blogger


How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB- You May Also Know You Must Add Your Facebook Page Into a blogger site.But You don't know how Come and see

No more Fun Let's
Start Rock

First of All,To add the FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB, go to this Link

Follow

Now the following page will Open.
How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK
This page
How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB
2.)Select the choices appropriately and you can see a live preview of the Like/Fan box. 
All Give all data You You want to show your People.
How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB
preview


3.)Once you are satisfied with the looks of the Like Box, Click on the “Get Code” button.
How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB
4.)Copy the iframe code which gets generated.

iframe Code




How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB
5.)Now login to your Blogger account and go to Layout-> Then Anywhere Chose ->Add a Gadget
How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB
Add a Gadget

6.) Select a Gadget Add an HTML/JavaScript Gadget:

How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB
Add html/javascript Gadget

7.)Paste the generated code From facebook page plugin as the Gadget’s Content.
How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB
Paste The code
8.)Now Save the Gadget.

How to add FIND US ON FACEBOOK TAB

And Last Save The arrangement On your Blog 




Now your Facebook Page are Ready and Visit Your website you can see how It's worked and How it's look


How To Create a HTML Sitemap theme | Html Theme

How To Create a HTML Sitemap
sitemap


How To Create a HTML Sitemap theme | Html Theme

How To Create a HTML Sitemap-There are some Sitemap Theme That You can apply On Your Sitemap Creative Looking Theam.How To Create a HTML Sitemap

These are themes for HTML-based sitemap page provided by mysmartnew only and will not work for any other sitemap.

How To Create a HTML Sitemap

Featerse:

§  Format - Label based
§  Design - SEQL
§  Responsive
§  Easy custom columns
§  No hidden script


How To Create a HTML Sitemap-Step By Step guide To Apply Theme


Step 1. Login to your Blogger account, then go to Pages > Click edit under Site Map page.

Note: Make sure that HTML mode is on. 

Step 2. Click anywhere inside the input field and find the following code (use Ctrl + F):

<script type='text/javascript'>



Step 3. Paste your theme code just Below it.
How To Create a HTML Sitemap

First Theme:

How To Create a HTML Sitemap
First Theme Demo


<link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lato" rel="stylesheet">

<style type="text/css">

    .post-archive {

        width: 100%;

        padding: 20px 0;

        font-family: "Lato", sans-serif;

    }

   

    .post-archive h4 {

        color: #333333;

        font-size: 20px;

        margin: 0 0 10px 2px;

        padding: 0px 10px 10px;

    }

   

    .ct-columns {

        -moz-column-count: 2;

        -moz-column-gap: 20px;

        -moz-column-rule: none;

        -webkit-column-count: 2;

        -webkit-column-gap: 20px;

        -webkit-column-rule: none;

        column-count: 2;

        column-gap: 20px;

        column-rule: none;

    }

   

    .ct-columns p {

        padding: 0px;

        -moz-column-break-inside: avoid;

        -webkit-column-break-inside: avoid;

        -o-column-break-inside: avoid;

        -ms-column-break-inside: avoid;

        column-break-inside: avoid;

        display: inline-block;

        width: 100%;

    }

   

    .ct-columns p a {

        color: #0A12CE;

        display: block;

        font-size: 14px;

        line-height: normal;

        padding: 0px 15px;

    }

   

    .ct-columns p a:hover {

        color: #888CDD;

    }

   

    .ct-columns p a span {

        color: rgb(255, 0, 0);

    }

   

    @media screen and (max-width: 768px) {

        .ct-columns {

            -moz-column-count: 2;

            -moz-column-gap: 10px;

            -moz-column-rule: none;

            -webkit-column-count: 2;

            -webkit-column-gap: 10px;

            -webkit-column-rule: none;

            column-count: 2;

column-gap: 10px;

            column-rule: none;

        }

    }

   

    @media screen and (max-width: 550px) {

        .ct-columns {

            -moz-column-count: 1;

            -moz-column-gap: 0px;

            -moz-column-rule: none;

            -webkit-column-count: 1;

            -webkit-column-gap: 0px;

            -webkit-column-rule: none;

            column-count: 1;

            column-gap: 0px;

            column-rule: none;

        }

    }

</style>




How To Create a HTML Sitemap

Second Theme:

How To Create a HTML Sitemap
second Theme


<link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lato|Roboto" rel="stylesheet">

<style type="text/css">

    .post-archive {

        width: 100%;

        padding: 20px 0;

        font-family: "Lato", sans-serif;

    }

  

    .post-archive h4 {

        box-shadow: 0px -10px #ab494d inset, 0 0 120px #000 inset;

        color: #fff;

        font-size: 20px;

        margin: 0 0 10px 2px;

        padding: 5px 2px 15px 8px;

        font-family: "Roboto", sans-serif;

        font-weight: 700;

        border-radius: 5px 5px 0 0;

    }

  

    .ct-columns {

        -moz-column-count: 2;

        -moz-column-gap: 20px;

        -moz-column-rule: none;

        -webkit-column-count: 2;

        -webkit-column-gap: 20px;

        -webkit-column-rule: none;

        column-count: 2;

        column-gap: 20px;

}

  

    .ct-columns p {

        padding: 5px 0px;

        -moz-column-break-inside: avoid;

        -webkit-column-break-inside: avoid;

        -o-column-break-inside: avoid;

        -ms-column-break-inside: avoid;

        column-break-inside: avoid;

        display: inline-block;

        width: 100%;

    }

  

    .ct-columns p a {

        background: #AB494D;

        color: #fff;

        display: block;

        border: 2px solid #3A3A3A;

        font-size: 14px;

        line-height: normal;

        border-radius: 4px;

        padding: 10px 15px;

        -webkit-transition: all .25s ease-in-out;

        -moz-transition: all .25s ease-in-out;

        -o-transition: all .25s ease-in-out;

        transition: all .25s ease-in-out;

        box-shadow: -1px -3px 2px #8f8c8c;

    }

  

    .ct-columns p a:hover {

        background: #27292E;

        color: #fefefe;

        text-decoration: none;

    }

  

    .ct-columns p a span {

        color: rgb(221, 233, 45);

    }

  

    @media screen and (max-width: 768px) {

        .ct-columns {

            -moz-column-count: 2;

            -moz-column-gap: 10px;

            -moz-column-rule: none;

            -webkit-column-count: 2;

            -webkit-column-gap: 10px;

            -webkit-column-rule: none;

            column-count: 2;

            column-gap: 10px;

            column-rule: none;

        }

    }

  

    @media screen and (max-width: 550px) {

            -moz-column-count: 1;

            -moz-column-gap: 0px;

            -moz-column-rule: none;

            -webkit-column-count: 1;

            -webkit-column-gap: 0px;

            -webkit-column-rule: none;

            column-count: 1;

            column-gap: 0px;

            column-rule: none;

        }

    }

</style>



How To Create a HTML Sitemap

Third Theme:

How To Create a HTML Sitemap
third theme


<link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans|Raleway" rel="stylesheet">

<style type="text/css">

    .post-archive {

        width: 100%;

        padding: 20px 0;

        font-family: 'Open Sans', sans-serif;

    }

  

    .post-archive h4 {

        border-bottom: 2px solid #EEEEEE;

        color: #333333;

        font-size: 20px;

        margin: 0 0 10px 2px;

        padding: 0 0 10px;

        font-family: 'Raleway', 'sans-serif';

        font-weight: 300;

    }

  

    .ct-columns {

        -moz-column-count: 2;

        -moz-column-gap: 20px;

        -moz-column-rule: none;

        -webkit-column-count: 2;

        -webkit-column-gap: 20px;

        -webkit-column-rule: none;

        column-count: 2;

        column-rule: none;

    }

  

    .ct-columns p {

        padding: 5px 0px;

        -moz-column-break-inside: avoid;

        -webkit-column-break-inside: avoid;

        -o-column-break-inside: avoid;

        -ms-column-break-inside: avoid;

        column-break-inside: avoid;

        display: inline-block;

        width: 100%;

    }

  

    .ct-columns p a {

        background: #fafafa;

        color: #333;

        display: block;

        border: 2px solid #FFFFFF;

        font-size: 14px;

        line-height: normal;

        outline: 1px solid #EEEEEE;

        padding: 10px 15px;

        -webkit-transition: all .25s ease-in-out;

        -moz-transition: all .25s ease-in-out;

        -o-transition: all .25s ease-in-out;

        transition: all .25s ease-in-out;

    }

  

    .ct-columns p a:hover {

        background: #fff;

        color: #000;

        text-decoration: none;

    }

  

    .ct-columns p a span {

        color: rgb(255, 0, 0);

    }

  

    @media screen and (max-width: 768px) {

        .ct-columns {

            -moz-column-count: 2;

            -moz-column-gap: 10px;

            -moz-column-rule: none;

            -webkit-column-count: 2;

            -webkit-column-gap: 10px;

            -webkit-column-rule: none;

            column-count: 2;

            column-gap: 10px;

            column-rule: none;

        }

    }

  

    @media screen and (max-width: 550px) {

        .ct-columns {

-moz-column-count: 1;

            -moz-column-gap: 0px;

            -moz-column-rule: none;

            -webkit-column-count: 1;

            -webkit-column-gap: 0px;

            -webkit-column-rule: none;

            column-count: 1;

            column-gap: 0px;

            column-rule: none;

        }

    }

</style>



You have successfully applied a new theme to your Site Map page
any error please comment below






How To Create a Sitemap For Blogger | XML Sitemap

How To Create a Sitemap For Blogger
Sitemap

How To Create a Sitemap For Blogger | XML Sitemap


How To Create a Sitemap-A Sitemap is a list of accessible pages in your website.XML Sitemaps helps search engines like Google, Bing to easily crawl pages in your site.

which helps in better index. As a blogger you must create a sitemap so whenever you make a new post search engines can crawl and index them easily. In this post let’s see how to create sitemap for Blogger blog and submitting it to Google webmaster tools and in robots.txt

Default Blogger Sitemap:

Your blogger blog will have sitemap, but the issue with that sitemap is it only shows your recent blog posts (example). A perfect sitemap is that it should contain the list of all you pages so that search engines know the complete structure of your site. Let’s see how to create sitemap for Blogger 


How To Create a Sitemap For Blogger:


Creating sitemap is very simple and this sitemap works for both self-hosted Blogger blogs and normal Blogger. Just use this (atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500) next to your blogs URL. See example below.

"http://yoursite.com/atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500"
Now you have created sitemap for your Blogger blog, but you need to tell search engines about your sitemap so that bots can know your site structure. There are two ways to tell search engines about your sitemap.
1. Showing your sitemap in robots.txt file and
2. Submitting your sitemaps in Google webmaster tools

Add Your Sitemap Into Robot.txt:

Login to your Blogger blog and go to dashboard >> settings >> search preferences and edit the custom robots.txt. Enable and paste the following text and click 
How To Create a Sitemap For Blogger
Insert Sitemap Into Robot.txt

save changes. Make sure to change your blog name in Blogger sitemap below.
So whenever search engines crawls your site they will access your Blogger sitemap from robots.txt file.

Submit Your Sitemap in Google Webmaster Tool:


Login to your Google webmaster tools and select you website. In your site dashboard click sitemaps below. Now click add/test sitemaps, add your sitemap
How To Create a Sitemap For Blogger
Submit Sitemap in google webmaster tool

 (Just the atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500) and submit your sitemap.


That’s it you have successfully submitted your sitemap in Google webmaster tools. Now it’s ready for crawling and indexing. You can find the number of pages crawled and indexed in Google webmaster tools.


How To Generate HTML Sitemap Page On Blogger


How To Generate HTML Sitemap
sitemap


How To Generate HTML Sitemap Page On Blogger

How To Generate HTML Sitemap-You Must need to know One Important Before Add a Sitemap Page What is Different Between Xml Sitemap and HTML Sitemap

How To Generate HTML Sitemap
sitemap

What Is Sitemap?

site map is a model of a website's content designed to help both users and search engines navigate the site. A site map can be a hierarchical list of pages (with links) organized by topic, an organization chart, or an XML document that provides instructions to search engine crawl bots.

Type of Sitemap:

Mainly There are Two types of Sitemap 
  1. HTML Sitemap
  2. XML Sitemap

What Is HTML Sitemap?

HTML sitemap is a regular HTML page which can be read by search engine bots as well as by visitors. Web crawler treats it like a regular HTML page (with many links). The main purpose of the using HTML based sitemap is to represent all your posts in an organized manner so that your users can navigate all of your posts through a single page

What is XML Sitemap?

 XML Sitemap is a .xml file attached to your website which supplies this data to crawlers. Sitemap file consists of all posts URL with additional information regarding each URL. The Search engine uses this data to index your posts in the best possible way. Use of XML Sitemap file guarantees that your web pages will get indexed in search engines.The Search engine uses their respective web crawlers (bots) to discover pages from links within the site and from other sites

How To Generate HTML Sitemap-Features:

  1. Post list will update automatically with the addition of new posts.
  2. Automatic addition of Suffix 'new' to newly added posts.
  3. Sorted alphabetically (ascending)

How to Add Sitemap Page In Blogger !

There are Some Simple Methods To add a Sitemap on Blogger Just Follow the Step

Step-1
How To Generate HTML Sitemap
Add a page


Login to your Blogger account, then go to Pages > New page.

Step 2 
Enter "Site Map" in Page title field.
Step 3 
Switch to HTML mode.
How To Generate HTML Sitemap
Switch To Html Mode

Note: Please Remove All The Code If Already Present On Html Mode.
Step 4
Insert All The Code Below into your Blank Html Sitemap

How To Generate HTML Sitemap
Code

 <script type='text/javascript'>  
   
 var postTitle = new Array();  
 var postUrl = new Array();  
 var postPublished = new Array();  
 var postDate = new Array();  
 var postLabels = new Array();  
 var postRecent = new Array();  
 var sortBy = "titleasc";  
 var numberfeed = 0;  
   
 function bloggersitemap(a) {  
   function b() {  
     if ("entry" in a.feed) {  
       var d = a.feed.entry.length;  
       numberfeed = d;  
       ii = 0;  
       for (var h = 0; h < d; h++) {  
         var n = a.feed.entry[h];  
         var e = n.title.$t;  
         var m = n.published.$t.substring(0, 10);  
         var j;  
         for (var g = 0; g < n.link.length; g++) {  
           if (n.link[g].rel == "alternate") {  
             j = n.link[g].href;  
             break  
           }  
         }  
         var o = "";  
         for (var g = 0; g < n.link.length; g++) {  
           if (n.link[g].rel == "enclosure") {  
             o = n.link[g].href;  
             break  
           }  
         }  
         var c = "";  
         if ("category" in n) {  
           for (var g = 0; g < n.category.length; g++) {  
             c = n.category[g].term;  
             var f = c.lastIndexOf(";");  
             if (f != -1) {  
               c = c.substring(0, f)  
             }  
             postLabels[ii] = c;  
             postTitle[ii] = e;  
             postDate[ii] = m;  
             postUrl[ii] = j;  
             postPublished[ii] = o;  
             if (h < 10) {  
               postRecent[ii] = true  
             } else {  
               postRecent[ii] = false  
             }  
             ii = ii + 1  
           }  
         }  
       }  
     }  
   }  
   b();  
   sortBy = "titledesc";  
   sortPosts(sortBy);  
   sortlabel();  
   displayToc();  
 }  
   
 function sortPosts(d) {  
   function c(e, g) {  
     var f = postTitle[e];  
     postTitle[e] = postTitle[g];  
     postTitle[g] = f;  
     var f = postDate[e];  
     postDate[e] = postDate[g];  
     postDate[g] = f;  
     var f = postUrl[e];  
     postUrl[e] = postUrl[g];  
     postUrl[g] = f;  
     var f = postLabels[e];  
     postLabels[e] = postLabels[g];  
     postLabels[g] = f;  
     var f = postPublished[e];  
     postPublished[e] = postPublished[g];  
     postPublished[g] = f;  
     var f = postRecent[e];  
     postRecent[e] = postRecent[g];  
     postRecent[g] = f  
   }  
   for (var b = 0; b < postTitle.length - 1; b++) {  
     for (var a = b + 1; a < postTitle.length; a++) {  
       if (d == "titleasc") {  
         if (postTitle[b] > postTitle[a]) {  
           c(b, a)  
         }  
       }  
       if (d == "titledesc") {  
         if (postTitle[b] < postTitle[a]) {  
           c(b, a)  
         }  
       }  
       if (d == "dateoldest") {  
         if (postDate[b] > postDate[a]) {  
           c(b, a)  
         }  
       }  
       if (d == "datenewest") {  
         if (postDate[b] < postDate[a]) {  
           c(b, a)  
         }  
       }  
       if (d == "orderlabel") {  
         if (postLabels[b] > postLabels[a]) {  
           c(b, a)  
         }  
       }  
     }  
   }  
 }  
   
 function sortlabel() {  
   sortBy = "orderlabel";  
   sortPosts(sortBy);  
   var a = 0;  
   var b = 0;  
   while (b < postTitle.length) {  
     temp1 = postLabels[b];  
     firsti = a;  
     do {  
       a = a + 1  
     } while (postLabels[a] == temp1);  
     b = a;  
     sortPosts2(firsti, a);  
     if (b > postTitle.length) {  
       break  
     }  
   }  
 }  
   
 function sortPosts2(d, c) {  
   function e(f, h) {  
     var g = postTitle[f];  
     postTitle[f] = postTitle[h];  
     postTitle[h] = g;  
     var g = postDate[f];  
     postDate[f] = postDate[h];  
     postDate[h] = g;  
     var g = postUrl[f];  
     postUrl[f] = postUrl[h];  
     postUrl[h] = g;  
     var g = postLabels[f];  
     postLabels[f] = postLabels[h];  
     postLabels[h] = g;  
     var g = postPublished[f];  
     postPublished[f] = postPublished[h];  
     postPublished[h] = g;  
     var g = postRecent[f];  
     postRecent[f] = postRecent[h];  
     postRecent[h] = g  
   }  
   for (var b = d; b < c - 1; b++) {  
     for (var a = b + 1; a < c; a++) {  
       if (postTitle[b] > postTitle[a]) {  
         e(b, a)  
       }  
     }  
   }  
 }  
   
   
   
 function displayToc() {  
   var a = 0;  
   var b = 0;  
   while (b < postTitle.length) {  
     temp1 = postLabels[b];  
     document.write("");  
     document.write('<div class="post-archive"><h4>' + temp1 + '</h4><div class="ct-columns">');  
     firsti = a;  
     do {  
       document.write("<p>");  
       document.write('<a " href="' + postUrl[a] + '">' + postTitle[a] + "");  
       if (postRecent[a] == true) {  
         document.write(' - <strong><span>New!</span></strong>')  
       }  
       document.write("</a></p>");  
       a = a + 1  
     } while (postLabels[a] == temp1);  
     b = a;  
     document.write("</div></div>");  
     sortPosts2(firsti, a);  
     if (b > postTitle.length) {  
       break  
     }  
   }  
 }  
   
 </script>  

code

Step 5

copy the code and paste into notepad++ and 
replace <  with  &lt and > with &gt

 Change "https://www.Yoursite.com" With Your Blogger Site


Step 6. Under Page settings > inside Search Description field add page description.
How To Generate HTML Sitemap
Setting

Step 7. Click on Options > under Reader comments > select Don't allow > Done.
Step 8
Click Publish
How To Generate HTML Sitemap
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