Remove Date From blogger Post url address Year and Month /2019/01/

remove date on blog address

In blogger all posts url addresses by default have a date assigned with year and month of post date publishing and you can't edit this date according to your need unless you delete this and publish a new post and redirect the older one to the newrer as if you want to make it older or up to next date.
So you can't remove that date from your blogger post because there's no option to edit it till this moment..

How to hide or remove blogger post date year, month, day and hours

When you create a new post blogger automatically generate a url based on what you typed on your post title bar or the first six or seven words of your post if title bar empty..
Year and Month are linked to the post url immediately after your domain and there's no option within blogger to remove them and look like this this can be removed with javascript below.

Also date including Day and hours shown on post content on header and you can edit them to show just day and hours or just hoursor you can hide/remove them all completely and you can so this with this steps:
Go to your desired blog then layout, main post, click edit and edit with your choices or uncheck date option to hide it from post then and save.

So how can I remove date from post url address, year and month? a lot of users may ask this question although it is not a big problem to have them on your post url address, but some people do not want them on thier post url.
Here is a Javascript code which can be used to remove date from url this code is created by developer V3rluchie.

Follow these Procedures to Remove Date from Blogger Post url:
Here are a few steps that can be followed to locate javascript code in its right position:

first of all you need to make a backup of your Template in case things went wrong and to do this just go to your blog then chose template and there's an option up wright on screen Backup/Restore click then on popup click save template or click below and press Edit Html and copy the whole xml code and save in some where on your PC..

To remove Date from Blogger Post URL Copy this Code and Follow the Steps

<script type='text/javascript'>
// BloggerJS v0.3.1
// Copyright (c) 2017-2018 Kenny Cruz
// Licensed under the MIT License
var urlTotal,nextPageToken,postsDatePrefix=!1,accessOnly=!1,useApiV3=!1,apiKey="",blogId="",postsOrPages=["pages","posts"],jsonIndex=1,secondRequest=!0,feedPriority=0,amp="&amp;"[0];function urlVal(){var e=window.location.pathname,t=e.length;return".html"===e.substring(t-5)?0:t>1?1:2}function urlMod(){var e=window.location.pathname;"p"===e.substring(1,2)?(e=(e=e.substring(e.indexOf("/",1)+1)).substr(0,e.indexOf(".html")),history.replaceState(null,null,"../"+e)):(e=(e=postsDatePrefix?e.substring(1):e.substring(e.indexOf("/",7)+1)).substr(0,e.indexOf(".html")),history.replaceState(null,null,"../../"+e))}function urlSearch(e,t){var n=e+".html";t.forEach(function(e){-1!})}function urlManager(){var e=urlVal();0===e?accessOnly||urlMod():1===e?getJSON(postsOrPages[feedPriority],1):2===e&&(accessOnly||history.replaceState(null,null,"/"))}function getJSON(e,t){var n=document.createElement("script");if(useApiV3){var o=""+blogId+"/"+e+"?key="+apiKey+"#maxResults=500#fields=nextPageToken%2Citems(url)#callback=bloggerJSON";nextPageToken&&(o+="#pageToken="+nextPageToken),nextPageToken=void 0}else o=window.location.protocol+"//"+window.location.hostname+"/feeds/"+e+"/default?start-index="+t+"#max-results=150#orderby=published#alt=json-in-script#callback=bloggerJSON";o=o.replace(/#/g,amp),n.type="text/javascript",n.src=o,document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0].appendChild(n)}function bloggerJSON(e){var t=[];if(useApiV3||void 0===urlTotal&&(urlTotal=parseInt(e.feed.openSearch$totalResults.$t)),useApiV3){try{e.items.forEach(function(e,n){t.push(e.url)})}catch(e){}nextPageToken=e.nextPageToken}else try{e.feed.entry.forEach(function(n,o){var r=e.feed.entry[o];,n){"alternate"[n].rel&&t.push([n].href)})})}catch(e){}urlSearch(window.location.pathname,t),urlTotal>150?(jsonIndex+=150,urlTotal-=150,getJSON(postsOrPages[feedPriority],jsonIndex)):nextPageToken?getJSON(postsOrPages[feedPriority]):secondRequest&&(nextPageToken=void 0,urlTotal=void 0,jsonIndex=1,secondRequest=!1,0===feedPriority?(feedPriority=1,getJSON("posts",1)):1===feedPriority&&(feedPriority=0,getJSON("pages",1)))}function bloggerJS(e){e&&(feedPriority=e),urlManager()}bloggerJS();

Go to your desired blog and then click on Template
In the next step click on Edit html


On your keyboard click CTRL + F and then search for this tag <head> or  </head> and paste the code you copied below <head> or before </head> and then save ..


Now your blog post URL will be without date .html extension and this will be applied for all youtr posts , newer or older..
Test your post url to see the result..

Things you should consider

The main work of this code is redirecting urls that contains date, year and month to a new one clear from them beside .html extension some people say this may reflect on SEO because all your blog posts addresses will be redirected to a new addressees,
But I think so because we sometimes make redirects on our blog without SEO affects and this may occur when you stop using this code since your new posts will be indexed with this new url address and when you remov this code all your indexed posts will be on Page not Found (404)

Another thing that can be affected is that your posts may miss some readers because if you post on social media or shared your posts or any user shared your posts with their new url address (back links), users with browsers javascript disabled will land on 404 page - page not found unless you leave some not for them on 404 page such telling them to enable their javascript on their browsers..

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