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Thursday, July 7, 2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS : The single most useful blog script, ever!

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It is very difficult to implement scripts into blogs if you don't know how, even with detailed instructions. Blogger seems to love the words XML not sparsed or whatever nonsense. I am however extremely happy I found a very small but useful script that suits my blogs perfectly; one that displays my entire blog's contents either by dates or by labels, which is dead useful for a big blog like mine, and most useful for my Reviews Database. My only regret is I didn't not put the name of reviewer into the title of the review, so from the long list, you won't know who wrote what. WAIT! You can find all reviews under reviewer's name if you look at LABELS! Yeah! Anyway, for the blogs I have implemented this awesome table of contents. However, the table of contents script only works for one blog, and can't combine all blogs into one. A pity. Anyway, some samples...


ARCHIVED BLOG (for older posts of this blog)

REVIEWS DATABASE (dead useful for this one!)


Awesome eh? You will also find the links to Table of Contents in the tabbed table under Links.

You got a blogger blog? You want this script? Because it only uses the PAGES section, no need to change or add to your template, at all! Want? Ok! Just change to the URL of your blog. By the way, whichever is newly posted post will have the NEW word marked next to it. Dead useful I tell you! This fantastic script is from

<script src="">
<script src=";alt=json-in-script&amp;callback=loadtoc">

<script src="">
<script src=";alt=json-in-script&amp;callback=loadtoc">

You put the script (dates or labels) to the PAGES element, meaning log into Blogger > EDIT PAGES > NEW PAGE > Save to either link manually or sidebar but heed my advise, choose save link manually and link it anywhere else later.

If you put this table of contents page to your main blog where your table of contents is about, that would be too cumbersome because imagine with all your other posts, there's this long table of contents post. So my advice is create a new BLOG and use it exclusively for that table of contents, like how I am doing. Just make sure you got your blog URL right in the scripts.

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