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Modify the look of your blogs.
Modify the look, colour and much more of your blogs. They can use a gadget to show things like the archives of your blogs, show your blogs label in a listing on every page, or show your profiles on every page. Log in to Blogger. Select the blogs you want to upgrade. Click Layouts in the navigation bar on the right.
Select the desired addition in the dialog that opens and click On. Click at the bottom of the screen on the lower right on Speichern. Log in to Blogger. Select the blogs you want to upgrade. Click Topic in the navigation bar on the right. Click Edit HTML under the Live on blog section. Select the topic you want to store. Notice: You can use page item tagging to adjust the appearance of different parts of each page, such as the bottom line or a side bar.
Using the Widget-template tag, you can adjust the information displayed on each page, such as the page bar, page head, and page footer. Each page has its own page number. Log in to Blogger. Select the blogs you want to upgrade. Click Topic in the navigation bar on the right. Click Personalize under Living on the blog. Click Extended Add Custom Files in the navigation bar on the right.
Click Applied to the blog at the top right. Blogs writers who post third-party codes or widgets do so at their own risks.