Add Simple Archive Page Widget to Your Blogger Blog

How to Make an Archive Page in Your BlogSpot Blog?

This archive page is very easy to make if you follow our instructions carefully. So just follow our given steps below:

  • Go to your blogger blog dashboard.
  • Click on the pages tab from the dashboard.
  • Click on the new page tab and chose the blank page.
  • Write your page title as ‘Archives’.
  • Then Select HTML tab.
  • Now copy all bellows JavaScript codes and past them inside the page.
<script type='text/javascript'>//<![CDATA[
function LoadTheArchive(TotalFeed)
var PostTitles = new Array();
var PostURLs = new Array();
var PostYears = new Array();
var PostMonths = new Array();
var PostDays = new Array();
if("entry" in TotalFeed.feed)
var PostEntries=TotalFeed.feed.entry.length;
for(var PostNum=0; PostNum<PostEntries ; PostNum++)
var ThisPost = TotalFeed.feed.entry[PostNum];
var ThisPostURL;
for(var LinkNum=0; LinkNum <; LinkNum++)
if([LinkNum].rel == "alternate")
ThisPostURL =[LinkNum].href;
function DisplaytheTOC(PostTitles,PostURLs,PostYears,PostMonths,PostDays)
var MonthNames=["January","February","March","April","May","June","July","August","September","October","November","December"];
var NumberOfEntries=PostTitles.length;
for(var EntryNum = 0; EntryNum < NumberOfEntries; EntryNum++)
NameOfMonth = MonthNames[parseInt(PostMonths[EntryNum],10)-1]
document.write('<a href ="'+PostURLs[EntryNum]+'">'+PostTitles[EntryNum]+"</a> ("+NameOfMonth+" "+parseInt(PostDays[EntryNum],10)+", "+PostYears[EntryNum]+")<br />");
<script type="text/javascript" src="/feeds/posts/default?max-results=500&alt=json-in-script&callback=LoadTheArchive">// < ![CDATA[
// < ![CDATA[
// < ![CDATA[
// ]]></script>
  • Last of all save the page and you are done!

Now view your page and look it's working fine.


  • If you want to show less or more than 500 posts on the archive page then change the green highlighted text (500).

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