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A lot of Danny Phantom, Pokemon, anime/manga, and Markiplier here.

theme by mura

"Pages" for your blog are pretty darn useful. You can make a lot of different ones, not just for tag navigation but for info pages, about me’s, etc. But we’ll go over the Tags Navigation here.

  1. Click Customize
  2. Scroll past Appearance and go to PAGES
  3. Click +Add a Page

A window should pop up and you can either do a simple page or a really complex one that involves an understanding of coding.


  1. Page URL
    Just add a word there for the page to work, such as tags
    *Don’t add a “/” since it’s already there.
  2. Page Title is optional I believe. The Standard Layout will look like your regular text posts so the Title will look like the titles on text posts as well.
  3. "Show a link to this page" doesn’t always work with the theme your using. You can try, it doesn’t hurt, it’ll have a popup if you can’t.
  4. Body
    This is where you will be putting your tags. It’s just like making a text post. Make the list the way you want it and copy paste the link with the tag you use.
    It will end up looking something like this.

That’s the easiest way to make a tag page.

If you want something like mine, it’s a lot more complicated to do. 


  1. Find some Theme Blogs and find some custom tag pages. There are a lot of theme blogs on tumblr and finding one you like can be pretty challenging. For this, I’ll just mention theme-hunter because it’s a blog that reblogs a bunch of themes from all over and has a nice organization system so that it’s easy to find what you need. Here would be their list of tag navigation pages. Find one you like. This is the one I’ve been using at the moment. (x)
  2. Preview them to see if you like them and then click for the code. This will be a link that says something along the lines of PasteBin, Code, etc.
  3. Scroll to the bottom where is says “RAW Paste Data,” click inside the box, press (Ctrl + A) to select all, copy, and then paste into the Custom HTML Box on your Custom Layout window. 
  4. It’s difficult to see anything in that tiny space so I usually paste the code into Word or Notepad++. Why? Because you have to look through all those pages of computer language to edit to your heart’s content.
  5. Here’s a very small example. 

    (I used diffchecker.com here to show the difference between the original coding and the one that’s edited here.)imageimageimageimage
  6. *BE CAREFUL. Adding or taking a way a part of the main code will break it and the page will turn out really wonky. It’s very sensitive so just be sure not to accidentally erase a line of vital code or add something extra.

Like I said, it’s complicated and it takes time and patience, but the end result makes you feel pretty dang proud of yourself. I find codes like this really interesting so I try to self-teach myself as much as I can. I’m in no way sure of what the heck I’m doing so don’t treat me like an expert.