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Is it possible to set up multiple tabs on Blogger?

For instance, if I had animal.blogspot.com - how would I be able to set up separate "Dog" and "Cat" tabs, each with their own RSS feed?

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To set up multiple feeds for the same blog based on label categories, use this format as explained here -

http://{yourblogname}.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default/-/{label}

This trick still works for the reincarnated form of Feedburner.

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For the tabs part:

Add a Pages gadget, and put it just underneath your header in the section where you'd expect to see a tab-bar. Make each entry point to a "web page" with an url like:

http://www.yourBlogURL.xxx/search/label/yourLabelName

For the feeds, they already exist, as per the answer mvark

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For the RSS part:

Yahoo Pipes, filter by item.category.

Expanding: Yahoo Pipes allows you to create custom RSS. For this question, you simply put your blog RSS as source. Then you add a filter that allows only items of one category (something like this: http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.edit?_id=6b44f0135bde67b74a8561ba4a06747c). Use the output as the RSS for that category. Repeat as necesary. Hope is more clear now.

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Please expand your answer; the way it is now, it’s not very helpful. –  Alex Oct 3 '12 at 18:34
    
Now its expanded :P –  irbian Oct 4 '12 at 15:51
    
while I agree that your answer is better now that it's expanded, it doesn't cover the full question. –  Dez Oct 11 '12 at 15:54
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