This weekend I came up with a script that would allow you to have the post title in your HaloScan window and also have the Next and Previous post links on the Item Pages.
IF YOUR CODE HAS STOPPED WORKING, IT’S BECAUSE I’VE MOVED A FILE, PLEASE MODIFY YOUR TEMPLATE AS PER STEP 4
Now it’s a bit tricky, and a bit messy, but here’s how to do it.
Note, you will need a remote file hosting system!
In the Blogger settings, on the Formatting page make a note of every setting.
Then change Show to 999 Posts, and Timestamp Format to a date output setting (I choose Sunday, January 02, 2005).
Hit Save Settings, but do not Republish your blog.
In the Template page, copy your template in to a text editor like Notepad, and save it. The replace the whole template with
<blogger>blogger[‘<$BlogItemNumber$>’] = Array(“<$BlogItemTitle$>”, “<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$>”, “<$BlogItemDateTime$>”);
Then hit Preview.
In the Preview window, view the page source, select all the text and copy it in to a text editor. You will need to remove everything above:
from the bottom.
Save it as post_data.js and upload it to your file space.
Restore all your settings.
In your blogger template add the following lines between the head tags
With WWW.YOURWEBSITE.COM the location where you uploaded the post_data.js file.
Then you can add the following lines, where best suited (although they must be between the <Blogger> tags).
var BlogItemNumber = ‘<$BlogItemNumber$>’;
var previousArray = previousPost(blogger, BlogItemNumber);
if(previousArray == ”) document.write(‘<< Previous | ‘);
else document.write(‘<a href=”‘ + previousArray + ‘” title=”‘ + previousArray + ‘ (‘ + previousArray + ‘)”><< Previous</a> | ‘);
<a href=”<$BlogURL$>” title=”Home”>Home</a>
var nextArray = nextPost(blogger, BlogItemNumber);
if(nextArray  == ”) document.write(‘ | Next >>’);
else document.write(‘ | <a href=”‘ + nextArray + ‘” title=”‘ + nextArray + ‘ (‘ + nextArray + ‘)”>Next >></a> ‘);
You’ll then need to save your template, and republish the whole blog.
If you use HaloScan, and are a Premium Member you can add these two lines of code to your HTML Template.
Between the HEAD tags add:
And where you want the title of the post to appear add: