Each time you create a blog post in Google's Blogger interface, the date and time are added to the post. The date and time become visible to your users when they view your blog post, and some search engines use the date and time to identify the age of the post. If you don't want to date your blog posts, hide the post date by editing the blog template in the Blogger dashboard.
Click the Windows "Start" button and select "All Programs." Click "Internet Explorer" to open the Windows browser. The Blogger dashboard also works with Safari, Firefox and Chrome.
Type your Blogger admin address into the address text box and press "Enter." Type your blog's user name and password, then click "OK." The first window shown is the main Blogger dashboard.
Click the "Layout" button in the left panel, then click "Edit HTML." A window opens with the basic HTML for your Blogger template.
Delete the line of code labeled "<data:post.dateHeader/>." This code is what adds the date and time to each of your Blogger posts. You can also just comment it out. Commenting code keeps the code intact in case you want to re-add it later. You comment out code by adding "//" in front of the date and time tag. If you want to comment out the date and time so it does not show on your blog, add two slashes so the code reads as follows:
Click "Save" to save your changes. To test the new code, navigate to your blog in the opened Web browser window.