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I know this has probably been asked a million times already, but for the life of me I can't find it in any of the search strings.

I would like to trade my Archive "by date" to Archived by "title description". They way blogspot suggests it in the "knowledge base" doesn't exactly work that well.

Any suggestions?

Brian

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Sorry, this appears to have nothing to do with CSS... so moved to Off-Topic.

If in fact it did I'll gladly move it back!

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Brian

As per your other posts. The problem is we have no idea what you are talking about. Please provide a link so we can understand what you mean.

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Sorry about that. I will try and be more specific. I'm currently using blogspot to generate a personal (but anyone can view is they so choose) weblog. Blogspot only allows by default a generated archive index by date. Dates don't help much for my type of blog which is more subject related. I was wondering if anyone would have an idea of how to make the subject heading (or title) appear under the Archive instead of date archiving. Blogspots knowledge base referes back to some code to cut and paste that does not work effectively. When placing the code in, it destroys my page layout. Heres the knowledge base link from blogspot:http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=169&query=index&topic=0&type=f