- blog description statement
- navigation tabs
In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through customizing the remaining 3 areas. We may also touch on adding the customized second level links in its footer.
I think it’s quite cool and standard as far as appearances of post title font, color and font-size are concerned. I recommend you better keep it unedited. But for bloggers, who like this to be stylish, Read this tutorial for some beautiful customization.
Customize Footer Area/links
The blog should have legal ownership notice in the footer. But according to this template, instead of this, the template name is given on left and template designers’ link on the right. This means, the owner of the blog cannot claim the ownership over the contents therein. This isn’t fair. We have to add copyright notice.
In the edit template tab, find (Ctrl+F): <div id=’site-info’> and its closing </div><!– #site-info –>
Delete all the CSS codes between this two and add the given CSS code:
In above, give URL and name of your blog as indicated. When you click Save Template, it’s done. You can see the legal ownership notice. Read: 5 methods to show copyright notice in blogger.
We have completed customizing the left-hand side footer. Now towards right, there are also links. The designers request to keep this link to respect their works. But this appears less necessary when details of designers and their links can be known from clicking page source.
It would be better we add some second level links of our blog. In the template, find opening CSS code: <div id=’site-generator’> and closing CSS code: </div><!– #site-generator –>. Delete all these codes (including opening CSS as well as closing) and paste the given CSS:
You can also add more links if you need. You just have to paste one from above. In every link’s href=’#’ replace # with their respective URL. Click Save Template and you’re done.