It’s now possible to create up to ten static pages in Blogger that you can link to from your blog. This feature makes it easy to set up a menu bar. See my menu bar above? The headings “Meet Carolyn”, “Contact” and “Featured On” are linked to static pages, not blog posts.
Setting up a static page is very simple to do and similar to the way you publish a blog post. From your Blogger Dashboard go to “Posting” as if you were going to write a post.
Instead of clicking on the “New Post” tab like you would when creating a new blog post, click on the “Edit Pages” tab instead.
Click on the “New Page” button and Blogger will open up a window where you can create a page similar to the way you create a post. Set the “Page Title” field to the desired name of the heading on your menu bar (Meet Carolyn, Contact, etc.).
When you’re done creating your page, click the “Publish Page” button. Continue creating up to ten static pages. After you publish the last page, click on “Add the Page List Gadget” as shown below.
This will bring up a page that will enable you to configure a Page List Widget, which can function as a Menu Bar.
Here, you can drag and drop your pages to change the order and choose which pages you want to show on your menu bar. When you hit “Save”, go into your Dashboard, select Layout and drag your menu widget to where you want it. If you want a horizontal menu bar, move the gadget under your header. If you want a vertical list of links, drag the widget to a side column.
I really like the functionality that this adds to a blog. Good luck!