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How To Recover Deleted Posts or Pages In Blogger

by Durodola Ridwan | Sunday, February 24, 2013 | 10 Comments

Due to some frequently asked question by some of my readers concerning hot to recover deleted blog post, i will be sharing the trick behind it with you. If you have been noticing the url in your address bar whenever you are composing a post, you will see that there are some digit numbers at the end of the url. This is the unique id of the post. Every post has its own unique id which you can use to restore your lost posts.


You can also recover your post if you subscribe to your blog feed via email, but incase you don't subscribe to your blog feed, you can recover your post using the search engine cache.


How To Get A Cached Copy

If your post is indexed by Google, search for the deleted post in Google using your full post title for easy finding, click on Cached below the search result post title and it will show you the whole deleted post content in a preview mode or click on the arrow next to the description section if you probably don't see Cached below the post title.


After clicking on Cached, you will be taking to the preview page of your post. Now you will need to get the post ID of the post.

How To Find Post ID

On the post preview page, press ctrl U on your keyboard and look for the post ID in the large chunk of code. You can locate the post ID by searching for <div class='post hentry'. below this line there will be some digit which represent your post ID.

<div class='post hentry' itemscope='itemscope' itemtype='http://schema.org/BlogPosting'>
<a name='4292232541976802211'></a>
<h2 class='post-title entry-title' itemprop='name'>
Reasons Why Guest Blogging May Harm Your Blog and How to Handle them
</h2>

Now that you have locate your post ID, we will be using both the post ID and your blog ID to recover your post.


How To Find Blog ID

Login to your blogger dashboard and select the blog you want to find its ID. Choose any page of choice (Pages, Template, Layout etc.) and look at the URL in your address bar. There will be some digit numbers at the end of the URL as shown in the screenshot below.



Using Blog ID And Post ID To Recover Deleted Post

Now that your blog and post unique ID is ready, you will need to insert it to the following code, and you will be redirected to your post editor with your deleted post in the content box (including both images and texts).

http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=7494753165656524768#editor/target=post;postID=7899343232623142546;

  • Replace 749475316565652476 with your blog unique ID
  • Replace 7899343232623142546 with your post ID
It's now up to you to do whatever you like with your post.
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  1. last night someone deleted my all blog posts after hacking my gmail.how can i recover all?how to provide protection to this?

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    1. hello Hacking Master
      Sorry for the hack. You can recover all you post by following thesame procedure listed above. If you still access to your account, change your password immediately and read how to secure your blog from hacker.

      Delete
  2. ''We're sorry, but we were unable to complete your request.

    When reporting this error to Blogger Support or on the Blogger Help Group, please:

    Describe what you were doing when you got this error.
    Provide the following error code.

    bX-1pa7j3

    This information will help us to track down your specific problem and fix it! We apologize for the inconvenience.
    Close ''

    I got the above response when i tried to recover some of my deleted blog posts and comments. can someone pls tell me how to resolve it.

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    1. If you are still encountering the bug, i suggest you copy the post and open a new post interface to republish it.

      Delete
  3. if someone eels posted something then deleted it, is there anyone i can recover it? becasue it's super important and i have to get the article this weak :( heeeeeeeeeelp

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