Wednesday, August 22, 2012

How to add HTML or JavaScript code

how to insert javascript blogspot

You can easily add HTML or JavaScript code to your blogger blogs. Follow the instructions below...

Sign into your account. You will be taken to the Dashboard. Click on "Layout" of your blog - see image below:

click layout on blogspot

You'll be taken to the "Layout" page. Find an empty slots with "Add a Gadget" link on them. Choose where you want to put your code and click "Add a Gadget". This will open a small window with list of gadgets, find "HTML/JavaScript" gadget and click "+" to add it - see image below:

blogspot javascript

You're almost done. Now copy the code you want to add and paste it on "Content" box. You can also name the code in "Title" box (or leave it blank). Click "Save" and visit your blog. Your HTML/JavaScript code must be on place.

Let's take for example that you want to add a UK Bloggers badge to your blog. See image below:

Any problems? Let me know in the comments below and I'll help you!

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

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Monday, August 20, 2012


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