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Saturday, October 6, 2007

Installing The Template In Your Blog

Before you start changing your template, make sure you save your old template file just in case you need to start again. And make sure you have a programming-based text editor installed on your computer (to make the codes easier to see. If you don't have one, there are many free programming text editors that you can download. I use Notepad++).

These are some instructions on how to put the template in your blog. There are some ways to do it; I'll explain some of them, starting from the simplest methods.

For tips to improve template usage and common problems faced when installing these templates, read this post.


METHODS TO INSTALL BLOGGER TEMPLATES:

Method I. Simplest method - Uploading the xml file:

  1. Download the template that you want and save it in your computer (make sure it is saved as xml file).
  2. Go to your Layout > Template > Edit HTML page.
  3. Choose the file from the Browse... button, and then press the Upload button.
  4. It may ask you to delete some widgets - so just delete them. (Widgets are the extra page element added to the sidebars).
  5. You're done! View your new blog.
  6. If your contents doesn't look aligned, that's probably because you don't have any widget on one of the sidebars - so add your widgets.

Method II. Copy-paste the template codes into the Blogger text editor:

If you don't want to download the file first, or prefer to paste the code into your Blogger editor, this is how to do it.
  1. Open the template file that you want and copy all the codes.
  2. Got to your Layout > Template > Edit HTML page.
  3. Click the Expand Widget Templates (EWT) button. (If the EWT button is on or clicked, all template codes will be visible; if it's off or unclicked, then some codes related to Blogger Data are hidden so that the HTML codes look less messy - most of the time, you don't want to change or add codes inside the Blogger Data area).
  4. Select all the codes in your Blogger editor and delete them all. Then paste the codes for your new template.
  5. It may ask you to delete some widgets - so just delete them. (Widgets are the extra page element added to the sidebars).
  6. You're done! View your new blog.
  7. If your contents doesn't look aligned, that's probably because you don't have any widget on one of the sidebars - so add your widgets.

Method III. Copy-paste the CSS styling only into the template code:

The annoying part about using the two methods above is that you have to delete some widgets that you've made (maybe some Adsense codes, Text contents, HTML codes - usually the widgets About Me, Labels, and Blog Archives are not deleted). If you don't want this to happen, you must copy and paste the CSS styling part only. By changing the CSS part only, you don't change anything related to the Blogger Data including the data about the widgets that you've made.
CSS styling is the code that controls everything about the template style or appearance - the font size, colors, background images, header size, post layout, sidebar size and locations, etc.
But to do this is a bit tricky. You have to make sure the basic layout of your old template with the new one is the same. For example, if the old template has 3 columns (2 sidebars and 1 main), your new template has to be 3 columns too. The arrangement of columns will follow the old template; for example SMS or MSS or SSM. If the old and new templates don't have the same content layout, it won't work! If you're not sure about this, just use the first 2 methods above.

If you still want to change the CSS styling part only, read on below.

In the template, look for the code section in between the b:skin tags. In my templates, I've labeled the start and end of the CSS styling part. (In the code, the 'Page structure tweaks' code are actually part of the CSS styling too, but just leave it there.)

So, these are what you need to do to change the CSS part only:
  1. Open the template file that you want and copy the CSS styling code only.
  2. Got to your Layout > Template > Edit HTML page.
  3. Don't click the Expand Widget Templates (EWT) button because you don't have to change the Blogger Data code.
  4. Select the existing CSS styling codes in your Blogger editor and delete them. Then paste the codes for your new template.
  5. It may ask you to delete some widgets - so just delete them. (Widgets are the extra page element added to the sidebars).
  6. You're done! View your new blog.
  7. If it doesn't work, you can always use the first 2 methods above and add the widgets later.

Friday, October 5, 2007

How to upload your own header image

This guide will show you how to upload a header image with Blog Title and Description as part of the graphic. For this to work, you have to hide the default Blog Title and Description texts.

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It's much better to use your own header image than the image already defined by the designer or just the simple plain background. For one thing, you can be sure to have a unique header compared to the rest of the blogs. The second reason is that you can write your blog Title and Description with much nicer fonts and color combinations.

Before that, you have to make sure that your image size will align well with the rest of the Header section. Turning the Title and Description text on or off can also mess up you alignment. For my templates, I've already given instructions for perfect alignment.


So, how to do this? Simple...

1. Go to the Layout > Template > Page Element. From there, click the Edit button for your Header. The screen below will pop up.


2. Upload an image from your computer. Make sure to that your image size is correct or otherwise your Header will be misaligned! Save your changes. (Don't forget to fill in your Title and Description in the text box above! You can turn the text off later.)

3. To hide the default Blog Title and Description text, click the Header Edit button again. Another screen will pop up, but with a slightly different option (see the screen below). Select the 'Placement: Instead of title and description'. This will hide your Title and Description from showing up on the blog (but still kept as your blog's information). If you don't want to hide your Title and Description text, simply click the other option.

4. That's it. All you really have to do is make sure that you've got a nice image to put up as your blog's header.

Add Digg button to Blogger or Blogspot

This is a step-by-step guide to automatically place a real-time Digg count and vote button to every single blog post. Digg is a social content website where your readers or you can submit content to. If you have a good story, members will 'digg' the post and write comments. As a blog owner, you may want to make it easy for and encourage your readers to submit and digg your articles.

Before you do that though, you would want to take note of the following:-

1. Your blog should be set to save Post Pages. Post Pages are archived blog posts published to their own web page. Each post will have a unique URL, which is required by Digg for the individual posts to be submitted. To verify or enable it, login to your Blogger Dashboard. Under Settings-> Archiving, set the “Enable Post Pages?” to “Yes” and save the settings.

2. This template hack will put a Digg button to every post. You are therefore not able to choose which post you want to include or exclude a button. If you would prefer to have a Digg button added only to some posts, read the later part of this article on “Button for selective posts.”

3. The code reads the URL of the individual blog page and this shall be the URL used for submission of the story to Digg.

Under “Template”, click the “Edit HTML” tab. Block copy the entire HTML code for your site and save it in a text file. This is one of the two necessary steps whenever you want to change the template. The second step is of course to “Preview” the new changes, and save the changes only when you are satisfied. The backup you have saved in a text file will come in handy when you accidentally click to save the changes without previewing them. With a backup, you can easily restore the template to the prior state if need be.

Add Digg button to Blogger or Blogspot

Click the box next to “Expand Widget Templates”. Scroll about two-thirds down the template to look for the code that reads:-
If you want the button to show at the top right corner of your post, replace the above code with this.
This is what you get:-
http://ipod-iphone.blogspot.com

Scale model your designs in line

The maquetación is the structuring of the elements of a site, is one of the most important stages of the design because it will be the form in which you the future organize and you visualize the information in in your page Web. Yaml Builder is an application that allows you to in line do all the maquetado one of a site with a simple interface, being able to create fluid designs or of fixed dimensions.blogger templateThis application consists essentially of the following thing:

HTML - Here you select the amount of elements to contain the information like the head, the footer and the number of columns.

CSS - From you can here select to the location and size of each element.

Add elements - Once you do dice click in “add” in some element, from this panel you can add boxes of content, columns, lists, headed or text fields.

Once you find constructed your design you can give click in “ToggXuất bản Bài đăngle View” to have a previous Vista and “Get Code” to obtain code CSS and HTML of your design.

How to Create a Blog Using Blogger

A Blogger.com blog is simple to use and easy to maintain. It's no wonder Blogger is the most popular blog platform available today. If you're interested in beginning a blog using Blogger, This brief primer will take you through all of the necessary steps. Soon, you'll be blogging like pro!

Step 1

Begin by visiting the Blogger.com homepage and clicking on the orange arrow that says "Create Your Blog Now".

How to Create a Blog Using Blogger
Step2: Enter Your Information

Enter your email address, password, the name or nickname you would like displayed on your blog and security information. Click on the box to accept the Terms of Service.

How to Create a Blog Using BloggerStep 3: Give Your Blog a Name

Name your blog by entering the blog's title and address. For most bloggers, the title and address are the same thing. Have second and third choices available for each, however. Your first choice might already be taken.

How to Create a Blog Using BloggerStep 4 : Templates

Choose a template from the many available designs.

How to Create a Blog Using Blogger
Step5:Start Posting

You are now ready to post.

How to Create a Blog Using Blogger
Step 6 :It's Time to Blog!

Add a title, enter text and click "publish".

How to Create a Blog Using Blogger