?v=0appended to the end. It turns out that adding
v=0to the query string of the URL for any page within a blog causes it to be displayed using the old template. Unfortunately Blogger doesn't re-write the links in a page when you add
My solution is a GreaseMonkey script that runs as the page loads, redirects you away from the dynamic view and back to the original template pages and re-writes all the out going links, where necessary, to include the
v=0parameter so that they all just work. If you use Firefox then you will need to install the GreaseMonkey addon before you can use the script, if you use Google Chrome then support for GreaseMonkey scripts is built in. Once you are ready you can install my script by clicking this link. Currently it will only be applied to blogspot hosted blogs so unfortunately you might still see the odd dynamic view blog (Blogger Buzz for example) but hopefully there shouldn't be too many.
Let me know what you think and if you have any suggestions for improvements, and certainly links to any blogspot hosted blogs where you still see the dynamic views.