Movable Type & other templates allow you to have a link bar across the top and bottom of link posts with links to the previous item and the next item in your blog, by title.
You can do this in Blogger now, too. While hacking the Kubrick template for Point-N-Click, Michael Heilemann included this very cool hack.
<itempage><div align="center">« <a href="<$BlogURL$>">Home</a> <BloggerPreviousItems> | <a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$>">Next: <$BlogPreviousItemTitle$></a> »</div><div style="display:none"></BloggerPreviousItems></div></itempage>
- This line of code must be outside the Blogger tags. If you have to, close the Blogger tag (</Blogger&rt;), paste the code in, then reopen the Blogger tag.
- Right now, this will only show up on Post Pages, the pages of your individual items. To show on all pages, remove the <itempage> and </itempage> tags.
- It seems the best place for this is at the top of the posts on the page. In most Blogger templates, just before the Blogger tag is opened the first time is usually great!