I apologize. I found out I disabled Site feed, that's why mine couldn't work.
As a reference: These dynamic views will work on your blog if all of the following are true:
Your blog is public. Your readers don’t need to sign in to view your blog.
Your blog has feeds fully enabled. In the Dashboard → Settings → Site feed tab, you have enabled either Full or Jump Break for your Post Feed.
You have not disabled dynamic views. In the Dashboard → Setting → Formatting tab, the option for Enable Dynamic Views is set to Yes.
Now I am trying to adjust the margin inside iframe due to thumbnails are too small and characters of posts headers are shown in half.
Hi there. Thank you for sharing but I meet a problem after I submit /sitemap.xml to Google Search Console. The site map page created with your code shows:
Sorry, dynamic views aren't available for this blog.
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How can I fix it?
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Hi, this is awesome for archive page, it works on desktop but when i tried it on mobile it didnt work. The mesaage on box is "Dynamic Views in Blogger require the use of a modern browser, and are not currently suppoeted on mobile devices."
Actually this happens because sitempa url is appended with "?m=1". In google chrome if we select request desktop site, the page is displayed correctly. I am not sure whether there is a way to show only desktop page when user take sitemap page. If you have a code for that, the issue will get resolved.