How to create HTML sitemap page for your blog within seconds

How to create HTML sitemap page for your blog within seconds

A site map (or sitemap) is a list of pages of a web site accessible to crawlers or users. It can be either a document in any form used as a planning tool for Web design, or a Web page that lists the pages on a Web site, typically organized in hierarchical fashion.

Just follow these steps to create sitemap page for your blog

1. Open your blogger account and navigate to

Pages >> New page

2. Switch to HTML mode from Compose mode

3. You can remove any HTML tags in the page that appear as default and paste the below code

<script type=”text/javascript”>

var numposts = 100;

var standardstyling = true;

function showrecentposts(json) {

for (var i = 0; i < numposts; i++) {

var entry = json.feed.entry[i];

var posttitle = entry.title.$t;

var posturl;

if (i == json.feed.entry.length) break;

for (var k = 0; k <; k++) {

if ([k].rel == ‘alternate’) {

posturl =[k].href;



posttitle =;

if (standardstyling) document.write(‘<li>’);


if (standardstyling) document.write(‘</li>’);




<script src=”;alt=json-in-script&amp;callback=showrecentposts&amp;max-results=999″></script>


4. Replace with your own blog address.

Click preview to see your sitemap and publish it 🙂

See the sitemap of this blog here

Enable Right click and copy text from a right-click disabled web page

You might have seen some website is right click protected and disabled copying its contents. Copy-pasting some body else work is very common. Though, very few people actually give the credit link or mention about the source. Specially, in Blogging people copy each other content and increase plagiarism. Apart from all Auto-blogging tool, most common form of copying a page is by selecting text > mouse right-click and copy the content. In WordPress, we can easily disable this by using disable right click WordPress plugin.

Many websites disable CTRL +C options to ensure better security from hackers and malicious sites. Its quite annoying, you don’t realize just how much you use right-click until you can’t use it! There are a lot of useful features in the short menu that it opens up. While most are also available in the main browser menu, it’s often much quicker to use the right-click menu — this is usually the closest menu you have available. By simply disabling your browser java script temporarily, you can remove these protections. Follow these steps according to your browser.

Internet Explorer Browser:

Goto Tools>Internet options>Security

Now Click on Custom Level

Now find Scripting Section it will be around the end.

Now disable Active Scripting.This will disable JavaScript and vbscript in your browser.

Click on OK.

Now restart your browser

Mozilla Firefox Browser:

Goto Tools>Options>Content

Uncheck the box Enable JavaScript

Click Ok

Open the website that have blocked your right click.

Google Chrome Browser:

Click on the Wrench Icon on the top right side on your browser.

Click on Options

Click on Show advanced seettings…

Click on Content Settings and then on JavaScript

Disable java script and open the website.

There are a many other tricks to disable blocked right click. I have shown the most basic trick that you can use anywhere without any special software.