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Where Are My Archives?

I renamed My Archives to "Contents". I've never liked the term "Archive", as I have always thought of "archives" as "stuff that you stashed away somewhere because it's probably useless", an intermediate trash can.

The stuff in my blog isn't that. At least, I don't think so.

So where is all of the stuff that I posted last month?

One example.


So where are all of my posts?



OK, there's this months.



And there's last months.



A second example.


The archive list, opened to June 2007.

Click on the black arrow, left of "2015".




See the black arrow, pointing to the right, located left of "2015"?

Click on that arrow - and watch.




The archive list, opened to 2015.

Click on the black arrow, left of "December".




The archive list, opened to December 2015.



Just click on the little black arrows, and all can be seen.

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