2008-06-12

6 Column Template - Blogging Pro

This template was originally designed for WordPress by Design Disease and converted to WordPress by Blogging Pro. It’s a rounded corners, web 2.0, three column, orange and shaded blue beauty with some great features and widgets you’d normally only find with a WordPress theme. Here’s a list of what’s included (courtesy of eblog):

* Dynamic header tab creation
* Prime location AdSense header ad space
* Multiple rss feed subscription options ready to go (Blogger rss, Technorati, and Feedburner)
* Custom individual post date display
* Addthis bookmark and sharing individual post widget
* FEEDJIT live traffic feed widget
* Custom comments image display
* Three column footer with your recent posts, recent comments, and recommended money maker links
* Amazon deal of the day dynamic widget
* Clean and organized template layout editor screen

( and get the script)


This is a free template released under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License. This means that you can use this template for your personal or commercial blog, edit it according to your needs, and even re-distribute it as long as you keep the credit links at footer.

Individual Post Date Setup

This is a very important step and one that most people think is broken when they install the template. It’s not folks. You just need to go into your Blogger settings and make a small change before it will work.

After you install the Blogging Pro template, go to your Blogger’s “Settings” => “Formatting” and look for “Timestamp Format”. Make sure you change it to this format: “Tuesday, January 25,2008?.

6 comments:

Shaz said...

I have been visiting you blog from past 5 days, This is so wonderfull when hthe whole site opens so fastly.
Can you tell me how you did that?

Is said...

Shaz,

That's the power of AJAX :)

delta said...

ive tried this 6 colom but then Mr Blogger said that my template could not be parsed as it is not well-formed. Please make sure all XML elements are closed properly.
XML error message: The document type declaration for root element type "html" must end with '>'.

Is said...

@Delta, just copy and paste into your template. I tried and it works like a charm. Prior to that, try clearing the browser cache.

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