(Update 2012/05): This post is now obsolete, with Blogger now offering the combination of Pages (dynamic and static), and the ability to redirect any URL in the blog to any other URL in that same blog.
The default Pages gadget is simply a linklist that only indexes static pages, as maintained by the Pages gadget in Post Elements. If you replace the Pages gadget with a linklist that you maintain as a linklist, you can index archive retrievals, label searches, single posts, and URLs of other blogs and websites in your linklist.
Label searches are a popular way to publish multiple posts on a page.
- Publish your posts using various labels.
- Index various label searches, in your linklist.
Alternatively, a true static page, with multiple sections, is easy enough to setup - if you like static pages.
Click on a tab labeled "Contact", and you get a page with a title of "Contact".
<h3 class="post-title entry-title"><a href="#">Contact</a></h3>Maybe you would like to have two more posts - "Contact Me At Home" and "Contact Me At Work". All that you need to do is edit the page, and add two more titles in the body of the page.
<h3 class="post-title entry-title"><a href="#">Contact Me At Home</a></h3>and
<h3 class="post-title entry-title"><a href="#">Contact Me At Work</a></h3>Having added the titles, just add the necessary text below each title.
The page will still have a tab labeled, simply, "Contact". But it will have a total of 3 titles, visible when you click on the "Contact" tab.
You won't have real posts in a multiple section static page - none of the sections will be indexed in an archive, or a label, search. But short of what they won't be, they can still look like, posts.