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Show your blog in multiple views

To show your content in classic, magazine, mosaic or other ways, you can use Dynamic Views. To use Dynamic Views, check if:

To turn on Dynamic Views:

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Select the blog to update.
  3. In the left menu, click Template.
  4. In the “Dynamic View”s section, select a default view for your blog.
  5. Under the default template you choose, click Customize.
  6. Use the left menu to change background, adjust width, layout, and other advanced settings.
  7. Click Apply to Blog.

To save changes you have in your previous template, on the top right, click Backup/Restore.

Note: By using Dynamic Views:

  • Blogger will record each post displayed as a pageview.
  • Your readers will have the option to change their default view.

Change how a blog is shown

If your favorite blog uses Dynamic Views, you can choose to see the blog in a different view:

  1. On the top left, click the arrow more options.
  2. Select a different view.

If they don’t use Dynamic Views, you can still view the blog in Dynamic Views by adding “/view/” and then the view name to the URL.

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