Saturday, October 3

How To Make Your Dofollow Blogger Look Like A Regular Webpage




This is needed sometimes. Sometimes you just don't want people to be distracted by all the bells and whistles a blog offers. You just want people to follow a single line of thought, such as one toward a purchasing decision!

You can remove just about all bells and whistles from blogger using Settings/Layout. I'll collect here directions for couple of remaining things you can do through Layout/Edit Html.

First, remove blogger navbar. Credit goes to http://blogger-templates.blogspot.com/2005/01/remove-navbar.html

1. On your Dashboard, select Layout. This will take you to the Template tab. Click Edit HTML. Under the Edit Template section you will see you blog's HTML.
2. paste the CSS definition in the top of the template code:
          Right after Blogger Template Style Comment include this code:
#navbar-iframe {
       display: none !important;
    }

By the way, in case you were wondering, according to sources, Blogger/Google doesn't mind and also doesn't encourage removing the navbar.

Second, remove the subscribe to post atom links! Credit goes to http://www.anshuldudeja.com/2008/09/remove-subscribe-to-post-atoms.html
1. Go to dashboard/ template/ edit HTML
2. Click the 'Expand Widgets Templates' box
3. Replace:



<b:include name='feedLinks'/>

with

<!--b:include name='feedLinks'/-->

The final result is like this, a completely webpage-like blogger:

 


8 comments:

moving companies said...

I just made a new Blogspot blog and would like to apply this method so that it looks like a regular webpage. Is Blogger the same as Blogspot? I went to Blogspot.com but it automatically changed to Blogger.com, but the blog has a Blogspot.com addres so I'm a bit confused about that. Anyway, I'm going to try to make my blog look like a regular webpage by removing the navbar and feed links just like you described. Thanks for this method, I wouldn't have figured this out on my own. -Mike

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That's cool stuff. Hope lot of people will apply this method to their blogs.

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Mentor Matt said...

Mike, I'm sure the confusion is gone by now. Blogspot.com is a place for "Blogger" blogs. Bought and managed by google now. Of course, the meaning of "blogger" is more general, it could mean anyone writing a blog on any platform.

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Nice Tip, will surely try this on my blog.. thanks.. :)

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Kattey Spares said...

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