- Blogger pages let you publish static information on stand-alone pages linked from your blog. For example, you can use pages to create an About This Blog page that discusses the evolution of your blog, or a Contact Me page that provides directions, a phone number, and a map to your location. A new Pages widget lets you add links to your pages as tabs at the top of your blog, or as links in your blog’s sidebar. You can create up to ten stand alone pages which means you can create a basic multi-page website without ever leaving the Blogger platform. For example, if you have a group challenge blog, you can create a separate page for each of the participants or a gallery page for your challenge results – very handy! See the Pages Tutorial for more information about this useful feature; and
- the New Post Editor offers improved image handling and resizing capabilities. To enable the new editor, first navigate to your blog’s Settings | Basic tab. Near the bottom of the page you will see a field called Select Post Editor, and from there you simply need to select Updated Editor and save your settings. See the overview for more information.