How to remove date from blogger post URL? (without any PROBLEM) by

how to remove date from blogger postBlogspot or Blogger is the most famous public ART platform for Blogging powered by Google company. But Blogspot is automatically showing Date and Month or Year for each post permalink or URL. This stamp is not shown only your BLOG POST PAGE, But its also shown in the preview snippet. When your blog post is shown in Google Search Engine.

For Example

So if you want to now remove date from your Blog Post URL, Then you can do it with ease by simply Adding an HTML Code, permalink.

If you want to see how it looks, Click Here and check.

But before the starting, we will tell you about the URL and Permalink?

What is the URL?
 URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator. It's what you type in at the top of your browser when you wish to go to a website. It allows finding a specific web page or file across the Internet.
 URL also be called web Address, just like a postal, which enables us to mail it the destination.

 For Example-

What is a Permalink?
Let's think about this for a second, it is a contraction of 2 words for example - Permanent & Link,  that does exactly what it sound like PERMALINK.

Permalink is a permanent link for blog posts or pages of your website.

How to remove date from blogger post URL?

Now you follow below some steps and you will be done within some tine.

Step 1.  Login your Blog (Blogger)

Step 2.  Go to Theme option click on Edit HTML and find </head>

how to remove date from blogger post
How to find head in blogger?

Step 3.  Past HTML Code below </head>   Now copy this HTML code.

 <script type='text/javascript'>  
 // BloggerJS v0.3.1  
 // Copyright (c) 2017-2018 Kenny Cruz  
 // Licensed under the MIT License  
 var urlTotal,nextPageToken,postsDatePrefix=!1,accessOnly=!1,useApiV3=!1,apiKey="",blogId="",postsOrPages=["pages","posts"],jsonIndex=1,secondRequest=!0,feedPriority=0,amp="&amp;"[0];function urlVal(){var e=window.location.pathname,t=e.length;return".html"===e.substring(t-5)?0:t>1?1:2}function urlMod(){var e=window.location.pathname;"p"===e.substring(1,2)?(e=(e=e.substring(e.indexOf("/",1)+1)).substr(0,e.indexOf(".html")),history.replaceState(null,null,"../"+e)):(e=(e=postsDatePrefix?e.substring(1):e.substring(e.indexOf("/",7)+1)).substr(0,e.indexOf(".html")),history.replaceState(null,null,"../../"+e))}function urlSearch(e,t){var n=e+".html";t.forEach(function(e){-1!})}function urlManager(){var e=urlVal();0===e?accessOnly||urlMod():1===e?getJSON(postsOrPages[feedPriority],1):2===e&&(accessOnly||history.replaceState(null,null,"/"))}function getJSON(e,t){var n=document.createElement("script");if(useApiV3){var o=""+blogId+"/"+e+"?key="+apiKey+"#maxResults=500#fields=nextPageToken%2Citems(url)#callback=bloggerJSON";nextPageToken&&(o+="#pageToken="+nextPageToken),nextPageToken=void 0}else o=window.location.protocol+"//"+window.location.hostname+"/feeds/"+e+"/default?start-index="+t+"#max-results=150#orderby=published#alt=json-in-script#callback=bloggerJSON";o=o.replace(/#/g,amp),n.type="text/javascript",n.src=o,document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0].appendChild(n)}function bloggerJSON(e){var t=[];if(useApiV3||void 0===urlTotal&&(urlTotal=parseInt(e.feed.openSearch$totalResults.$t)),useApiV3){try{e.items.forEach(function(e,n){t.push(e.url)})}catch(e){}nextPageToken=e.nextPageToken}else try{e.feed.entry.forEach(function(n,o){var r=e.feed.entry[o];,n){"alternate"[n].rel&&t.push([n].href)})})}catch(e){}urlSearch(window.location.pathname,t),urlTotal>150?(jsonIndex+=150,urlTotal-=150,getJSON(postsOrPages[feedPriority],jsonIndex)):nextPageToken?getJSON(postsOrPages[feedPriority]):secondRequest&&(nextPageToken=void 0,urlTotal=void 0,jsonIndex=1,secondRequest=!1,0===feedPriority?(feedPriority=1,getJSON("posts",1)):1===feedPriority&&(feedPriority=0,getJSON("pages",1)))}function bloggerJS(e){e&&(feedPriority=e),urlManager()}bloggerJS();  

Step 4. Click on the Save button.

 1. Will it affect SEO?

Answer: We are not responsible for the SEO effects on blog/website using this code. Use at your 
own risk.

 Might work for on-page SEO as it shortens your URL by removing the month and year

2. Does it automatically re-directs Old URL containing date and month?

Answer: Yes, its re-directs automatically. In fact, this script is meant to get redirected from your old 
URL to the new URL.

The code snippet provided in this blog is to remove the year & month which is attached to Blogger 
permalink by default.

We are not to be held responsible if your blog or website SEO gets affected by using this HTML 
code. So, Use at your own risk.