It's just a side project, really, because we already have an awesome way of finding each other's OC's over here (Hells yeah for those tabs), but I just thought it would be nice to do 'Labels' as well.
Just so you know, this tutorial will only work if you are an author of the Bio-rama. So, if you aren't, it's ok, it just means that you'll need to ask someone else to edit your OC post.
So! Prepare for a tutorial...
1. Do you see the top-bar thing whenever you're on a blog? The Blogger one? Sometimes it will say sign in, or sometimes it will say your email/username and have things like 'Dashboard' and 'My account'. Get to the Dashboard by either clicking 'Sign in' and entering your Blogger login details, or just clicking the Dashboard sign. However, it does not work if you are viewing a blog that is yours. So, for instance, just go to Derek Landy's Blog. Once there, click the Dashboard button in the top right of the screen.
2. So, now you will be transported to the Dashboard.
|See, this is my Dashboard.|
So, scroll down to the Bio-rama and click 'Edit Posts'.
|Hmmm.... I wonder who this guy is...|
Now I encourage you to fill up that spot with as many things that you can. Even if they are good or bad. You never know when someone needs to write a story with just bad people in it, and will go here and search for that.
I messed up :( Just ignore No. 4. Instead of clicking 'Labels', just go to the end of your Bio there, right to the bottom, and type 'Labels:' and proceed to write all of the labels that you were going to.
The reason for this is because I just found out by trial and error that the actual Labels spot does absolutely nothing to help a blog post being found. Instead, the search engine that is on the Bio-rama looks for keywords inside the actual Blog Post, not on the spot called 'Labels'. Stupid Blogger Website....why can't it be smarter?
Once you're done, just hit Publish Post and it'll be all good.
...and if this was really stupidly written, please tell me, because I feel like it was...hell, I can barely understand it myself...