Customize Blogger Template

Adapt Blogger template

Under the live image of your website, click the orange Customize button. Opens the Blogger Template Designer window. Learn more about how to save your blog template to Blogger, here.**.

Learn how to customize a Google Blogger template

If you' re a parent blogger, you may need to make some fundamental changes to the built-in Google Template Designer or use Blogger Gatgets, sometimes termed widgets. If you want to modify your standard template using Blogger's Template Designer, perform these steps: 1 Go to your Blogger Dashboard and start the template designer by selecting the Design button.

Click the Template Designer page. Template Designer consists of five parts, and the first part that will appear here is Templates. 2 Select a basic design to change by zooming through the miniature views and click a miniature image to see a snapshot of the design. Browse through the available template themes and click different miniature views to get a glimpse of the design on your blogs in the lower half of the display.

There' more choices here than when you first created your blogs. Every template has an alternate palette. If you have selected a template to use, click it and proceed to the next stage. 3 Click the Wallpaper panel, and then click the arrows next to the wallpaper preview of the available wallpaper.

Click the button to open the Background Images dialog. 4To another picture topic and to the desired picture, click a tabs on the far side of the Background Picture pane. 5 Click the Adjust Width tabs and use the controls to adjust the width of the entire blog and the right sidebar. To ensure best possible browsing experience, keep the width of your entire blog at or below 930px.

When adding ads to your Side Bar, make sure the right side bar is at least 300 pixel in width. Click the Map page and browse to your favorite page settings. Blogsger has several predefined templates from which you can browse. Those customize how many side bars you have, where your side bars appear, and how many paragraphs you want in your bottom line.

SevenClick the Apply to Blogs Apply icon in the upper right corner. Now your changes are online in your blogs.

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