Sunday, May 31, 2015

How To Make My Blogger Template Responsive

What is Responsive Web Design?

Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones)

These days, almost everyone have updated their web themes to fit in every screen but some old websites and lazy designers like me don't have updated yet. Yeah! Blogger Yard is not yet responsive because we're busy right here but soon we'll introduce the totally new version of Blogger Yard which will also be responsive.

  1. Navigate to Blogger Dashboard → Template.
  2. Click the gear icon for the mobile.
  3. Now select “Yes. Show mobile template on mobile devices.” and choose your theme.
  4. Click the save button.

Option 2: Make Your Template Responsive

Things To Know Before

Before we start the tutorial, let me know either you will be able to turn responsiveness in your blogger template or not.

  1. CSS Skill: Do you have cascading style sheet skill? Yes? Great! Bringing responsiveness to blogger template is all CSS work and if you've skill in it than you might not face any issue in it.
  2. Template Structure: Do you know the structure of your blogger template? If the template is designed by you than you must know how you've wrapped the header, content and other sections. While making responsive blogger template, we play with each HTML element and for that we must know how the template is structured. If the the template is not designed by you than you can take a look on its structure and study it than you may continue making it responsive.
  3. Useful Chrome Extension: This is not the thing to be known before but we're recommending a useful chrome extension here that will help you a lot to work on responsiveness. Its Resize Window chrome extension that will help you to resize browser window with the size of different device screens. I recommend to work on every screen size that is listed in this extension.

Adding Meta Tag For Responsiveness

1. Go To Blogger  Template → Backup Your Template
2. Click Edit HTML → Search For <head>
3. Paste The Following Code Below It.
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1"/>

There is nothing much difficult with this viewport meta tag. You have to just add it below your <head> and it will start working.

Working With Media Queries
Simple css code will render both - on desktop and phone. So we need to specify that the code should be rendered only in specific devices. In this case, we will need to use CSS3 @media Query. Here are  created basic @media query css structure:
At last click “Apply to Blog”.

@media screen and (max-width : 1280px) {
/* For Screen Width Less than Or Equal To 1280 ---*/

@media screen and (max-width : 1024px) {
/* For Screen Width Less than Or Equal To 1024 ---*/ 

@media screen and (max-width : 768px) {
/* For Screen Width Less than Or Equal To 768 ---*/ 

@media screen and (max-width : 640px) {
/* For Screen Width Less than Or Equal To 640 ---*/

@media screen and (max-width : 480px) {
/* For Screen Width Less than Or Equal To 480 ---*/

@media screen and (max-width : 320px) {
/* For Screen Width Less than Or Equal To 320 ---*/

Replace the example text inside /* with the CSS rules you want to use for the above above device types according to their screen widths.
In the above queries, max-width is used to specify the screen width up to which the CSS codes will work. In the above example we have set max-widths for nearly all type of devices. By using separate coding for each class of devices, we make sure that they don't interfere each other and responsive design works properly on each device.
For example CSS coding for max-width 480px in above quries will work upto 480px but will not work below 321px because we have placed separate CSS for device sizes up to 320px.

Tips for writing responsive css:
Change all the main element’s width from pixel (px) to percent (%). So the width will respond according to the width.

.class {
     width: 100%;
If any unwanted scroll bar appears, you can use overflow in your css.

.class {
     overflow: hidden;

If you think making the current template responsive is quite harder, you can use free or premium blogger templates which are already made by the developers. For premium themes, you can check HERE

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Add This Mega Subscribe Widget to Your Blogger Blog - version²

Social media, with the introduction of Web 2.0 user services, from one-way information sharing is a media system that enables double-sided and simultaneous information sharing is reached. In addition, social media; His dialogue is a set of people and sharing with each other on the internet. Social networks, thanks to the web sites and applications that allow people to share content and information with each other, everyone is looking for, is available to take care of the content. Without limitations of time and space (mobile based), sharing is a form of human communication that merits discussion. You will find and meet with people on social media platforms to communicate.

Technology, telecommunications, the words in social communication, images, audio files having a structure as provided by the path. Stories and experiences of people and also has a shared framework in this regard. Social media also "content produced by the user" and "where customers produce media" concepts also revealed, has the meaning of a commercial plan with this building. You may increase your followers on social media account, by adding the social menu code to your site, you share can increase your ease delivering traffic article to your users.

See Also: Subscribe Widget to Your Blogger Blog - version¹

1. Log into your blogger account
2. Design > Edit HTML
3. Place the following code into the HTML / JavaScript box in the sidebar

<div class='metro-social'><li><a class="fb" href= URL rel="nofollow"></a></li><li><a class="tw" href= URL></a></li><li><a class="gp" href=" URL"></a></li><li><a class="pi" href= URL rel="nofollow"></a></li><li><a class="in" href= URL rel="nofollow"></a></li><li><a class="yt" href= URL></a></li><li><a class="fd" href= URL rel="nofollow"></a></li></div><style>.metro-social{width:285px}.metro-social li{position:relative;cursor:pointer;padding:0;list-style:none}.metro-social .fb,.tw,.gp,.pi,.in,.yt,.fd{z-index:7;float:left;margin:1px;position:relative;display:block}.metro-social .fb{background:url( no-repeat center center #1f69b3;width:140px;height:141px}.metro-social .tw{background:url( no-repeat center center #43b3e5;width:68px;height:70px}.metro-social .gp{width:69px;height:70px;background:url( no-repeat center center #da4a38}.metro-social .pi{background:url( no-repeat center center #d73532;width:68px;height:69px}.metro-social .in{background:url( no-repeat center center #0097bd;width:69px;height:69px}.metro-social .yt{background:url( no-repeat center center #e64a41;width:140px;height:69px}.metro-social .fd{background:url( no-repeat center center #e9a01c;width:140px;height:69px}.metro-social li:hover .fb{background:url( no-repeat center center #1f69b3}.metro-social li:hover .tw{background:url( no-repeat center center #43b3e5}.metro-social li:hover .gp{background:url( no-repeat center center #da4a38}.metro-social li:hover .pi{background:url( no-repeat center center #d73532}.metro-social li:hover .in{background:url( no-repeat center center #0097bd}.metro-social li:hover .yt{background:url( no-repeat center center #e64a41}.metro-social li:hover .fd{background:url( no-repeat center center #e9a01c}</style>

Replace all with this COLOR with your titles and usernames

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

How do I turn off Google doodles?

For many users, the animated Google logo can be a source of entertainment, but for others, it's a bother and a waste of time. If you find yourself part of the latter group, you might be glad to know that you can disable these animations with a quick settings adjustment in your Web browser. The Google doodles are JavaScript, and you can disable them by turning off JavaScript support in your browser. Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer all allow you to make this change.

Internet Explorer
1. Launch Internet Explorer and click the Settings icon. This is located at the top-right corner of the window and it looks like a cog. Click "Internet Options."

2. Select the Security tab in the Internet Options window and click "Custom Level."

3. Select "Disable" or "Prompt" under "Enable Active Scripting." This will either block JavaScript altogether or ask you whether you wish to run a script when it is present.

1. Launch the Firefox browser and click the Firefox menu at the top-left corner of the window. Click "Options." If you don't see Options, click "Preferences."

2. Select the Content tab and deselect "Enable JavaScript."

3. Click "OK" to save your settings and Google will not bother you again.

1. Launch Chrome and click the wrench icon in the top-right corner of the window. Click "Options."

2. Click "Under the Hood" from the left side of the page and click "Content Settings."

3. Click "Do not allow any site to run JavaScript."

Disabling JavaScript support can cause some sites to stop working properly. You may need to enable support temporarily if you run into issues.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

How to Add New Responsive Facebook Comment Box to Blogger

 In 2009 Facebook developer released their best social plugin called "Facebook Comment Box". This comment box helps your readers to comment on your site using their Facebook,Yahoo, AOL or Hotmail  profile. It is method which is applied to some new themeforest developing themes. So follow these simple tutorial to add this on your site.

How to Add  
  • First login your blogger site Then go to Template → Click on Edit HTML → Click on CTRL+F from keyboard.
  • Then search following code.


<body expr:class='&quot;loading&quot; + data:blog.mobileClass'>

  • After finding any of one on these code, just paste following code after it

<div id="fb-root"></div>
  <script>(function(d, s, id) {
     var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];
     if (d.getElementById(id)) return;
     js = d.createElement(s); = id;
     js.src = "//";
     fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);
   }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));</script>

  • Then again search following code
<b:includable id='comment-form' var='post'>

  • Just after it paste the below code
<div class="fb-comments" expr:data-href="data:post.url"
data-width="100%" data-numposts="5" data-colorscheme="light"/>

  • You can change number of value 5 as your wish
  • You can change light color scheme with dark

After done everything, save your template and you are done

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Download PiSquare - Minimalist Blogger Template

Pi Square is a minimalist and at the same time feature rich responsive design blogger template for every purpose. It has been designed to fit every blogger in a creative profession or who even writes as a hobby. The template design includes nice header image which you can change to your own. The template is highly customizable to fit your needs even in the smallest details. 

Apart from the design, we emphasize on how the template is coded to give the best results for search engines. The template is also search engine optimized which is now one of the most important aspects if you want your blog to be found online by people.

Similar Template:  Scroller
Author: Mas Template

Pi Square includes a lot of features you would love to have on your blog. Some of them are listed here: 
  • Responsive Design. Fits on every screen.
  • Customizable Header Image
  • Custom Author "About" Widget
  • Post summary with preview image/photo
  • Pre-added social sharing buttons on posts
  • Designed Comment Section
  • Responsive YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion etc. videos using FitVids.js plugin

How often do you feel the lack of customization you can make on your Blogger blog? That's because it is hard to find template designs that are good and coded well to provide a good experience on a blog. We provide options both by coding and the GUI template design using which you can make your blog more personalized, our templates are very flexible when it comes to modifications. 

A lot of editing option has been provided in the template designer interface on Blogger. You can go to Template -> Customize -> And then in the "Advance" tab you can find all the settings available to change background colors, text color and a lot more.

With great features comes a great documentation! So for your help in installing the template on your blog we have included a documentation file in both premium and free version. Use it for installing and setting up the template in the most effiecient way by doing the least.

Download NewsBook - Blogger Template

NewsBook is a light & clean blog theme, focused on showcase your content in an effortlessly style with popular features such as amazing customizable homepage sliders, sidebars and Instagram areas, theme has a huge collection of post, layout & elements options, you can easily choose your layout by click only one button. The design of NewsBook blogger template is guaranteed to WOW and inspire effect.

Similar Template:  Perfect Mag
Author: SoraTemplates

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Add This Mega Subscribe Social Widget to Your Blogger Blog

Adding beautiful subscribtion widget helps to increase the beauty of your blog. By adding subscribtion widget your readers or visitors can easily bookmark contetnt from your blog.

1. Log into your blogger account
2. Design > Edit HTML
3. Place the following code into the HTML / JavaScript box in the sidebar

<div dir="rtl" style="text-align: right;" trbidi="on"><a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" src="" /></a><span style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</span><a href="" style="text-align: center;" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img alt="Facebook" original-title="facebook" src="" style="margin: 0px 2px 0px 0px; padding: 0px;" /></a><a href="" style="text-align: center;" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img alt="Youtube" original-title="Youtube" src="" style="margin: 0px 2px 0px 0px; padding: 0px;" /></a><span style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</span><a href="http://add-yourfeed-here/feeds/posts/default" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img alt="" original-title=" rss" src="" style="margin: 0px 2px 0px 0px; padding: 0px; text-align: center;" /></a></div>

Replace all with this COLOR with your titles and usernames

Download CosyOne - Premium Multipurpose Opencart Theme

CosyOne is a premium responsive and retina-ready OpenCart theme that combines a modern design and a very powerful backend interface. It’s extremely customizable and easy to use. You can see one of eight preview demos and see versatility. Forgot another themes. Buy our product and check it. Flexible settings, fast loading, demo access to any demo back-ends, premium plugins and modules, fast support and much more. All these amazing features are blended together in CosyOne – your powerful, stylish and attractive responsive Opencart Theme. Make your business with our theme. We are sure that it will satisfy all your needs!

Sunday, May 17, 2015


In Shape is designed with specific tools for fitness professionals. It includes a built-in workouts module that lets you add programs by workout days, muscles worked, intensity level and all syncs with a calendar. The responsive and retina-ready theme comes with an HTML 5 animated slider, unlimited color options, easy font management, plenty of built-in page layouts, sticky nav, and a MegaMenu tool for a customizable drop-down and responsive navigation.
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Olympic, the self-proclaimed “Arnold of themes,” is packed with features from an events calendar to custom template options to localization in a fully-responsive framework. This theme also includes plenty of color palette options, shortcodes and custom menus in a design that works for trainers, gyms or fitness buffs.
Demo Purchase

GymBase is a gym fitness WordPress theme designed in a minimalist style. The responsive layout includes a homepage slider and feature such as commenting, portfolio page with details, a tool for building class schedules and contact page with a map. GymBase includes plenty of widget areas (seven and nine built-in widgets as well), social media tools and icons. The theme also includes the option to get PSD source files.
Demo Purchase

Sportify is responsive theme with a modern flat design for fitness-related sites. The theme includes great options such as sliders and transition effects, timetable, our trainers section and WooCommerce integration. This theme is easy to customize as well with mapping, a background that you can change, custom logo upload, social media sharing tools and custom widgets. With 13 custom post types, nine page templates and Google font integration, this theme makes it easy to get your site up and online in no time.


FitnessLife is a fully responsive and stylish gym and fitness theme with dedicated pages for classes, membership, news and information and contact form. The fast-loading theme includes five custom post types, nine custom widgets and custom social share buttons. FitnessLife has powerful customization options as well with an unlimited color palette and supports multiple languages.

FitPro is a specialty theme for gyms, trainers and fitness professionals that works on any number of screen sizes. The theme comes with eight custom post types — trainers, classes, facilities, events, sliders, galleries, pricing plans and testimonials — made for the fitness industry. The theme also includes an unlimited number of color schemes, parallax and video features, flexible heading styles, calendar, WooCommerce integration and plenty of icons.

Fitness is a trendy theme designed in the flat style and made just for fitness-based businesses. The theme includes useful tools such as Twitter embedding, quote, a video and audio player, plus specialty page templates to showcase your trainers and available classes

Evolution Fitness is fully-responsive theme that includes a practically limitless number of layout possibilities. The retina-ready theme also includes both a LayerSlider and Revolution Slider, shortocode generator, price table, Font Awesome icons and unlimited color and font options.

Energy is a highly-visual theme with that features full-screen photography and a block-style design. The responsive theme includes two different header design options, easy color customization, a full-screen slideshow and dynamic homepage builder on the WPZOOM Framework. The overall aesthetic of this theme is trendy but requires a good catalog of photos.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Download Video Music Box – WordPress

WP Video Music Box – WordPress Plugin is first wordpress floating music player in the world. A music search box an player with the button “music” that will floating on the left of the web page. If the button click, the form will appear with slide effect. The form is using AJAX, so the page wont be reloaded.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

12 Things You'll Never Hear a Successful Person Say at Work

You can’t build a strong professional network if you don’t open up to your colleagues; but doing so is tricky,
because revealing the wrong things can have a devastating effect on your career.

Sharing the right aspects of yourself in the right ways is an art form. Disclosures that feel like relationship builders in the moment can wind up as obvious no-nos in hindsight.

The trick is to catch yourself before you cross that line, because once you share something, there is no going back.

TalentSmart has tested more than a million people and found that the upper echelons of top performance are filled with people who are high in emotional intelligence (90% of top performers, to be exact). Emotionally intelligent people are adept at reading others, and this shows them what they should and shouldn’t reveal about themselves at work.

The following list contains the 12 most common things people reveal that send their careers in the wrong direction.

1. That They Hate Their Job

The last thing anyone wants to hear at work is someone complaining about how much she hates her job. Doing so labels you as a negative person and not a team player. This brings down the morale of the group. Bosses are quick to catch on to naysayers who drag down morale, and they know that there are always enthusiastic replacements waiting just around the corner.

2. That They Think Someone Is Incompetent

There will always be incompetent people in any workplace, and chances are that everyone knows who they are. If you don’t have the power to help them improve or to fire them, then you have nothing to gain by broadcasting their ineptitude. Announcing your colleague’s incompetence comes across as an insecure attempt to make yourself look better. Your callousness will inevitably come back to haunt you in the form of your co-workers’ negative opinions of you.

3. How Much Money They Make

Your parents may love to hear all about how much you’re pulling in each month, but in the workplace, this only breeds negativity. It’s impossible to allocate salaries with perfect fairness, and revealing yours gives your co-workers a direct measure of comparison. As soon as everyone knows how much you make, everything you do at work is considered against your income. It’s tempting to swap salary figures with a buddy out of curiosity, but the moment you do, you’ll never see each other the same way again.

4. Their Political and Religious Beliefs

People’s political and religious beliefs are too closely tied to their identities to be discussed without incident at work. Disagreeing with someone else’s views can quickly alter their otherwise strong perception of you. Confronting someone’s core values is one of the most insulting things you can do.

Granted, different people treat politics and religion differently, but asserting your values can alienate some people as quickly as it intrigues others. Even bringing up a hot-button world event without asserting a strong opinion can lead to conflict.

People build their lives around their ideals and beliefs, and giving them your two cents is risky. Be willing to listen to others without inputting anything on your end, because all it takes is a disapproving look to start a conflict. Political opinions and religious beliefs are so deeply ingrained in people that challenging their views is more likely to get you judged than to change their minds.

5. What They Do on Facebook

The last thing your boss wants to see when she logs on to her Facebook account are photos of you taking tequila shots in Tijuana. There are just too many ways you can look inappropriate on Facebook and leave a bad impression. It could be what you’re wearing, whom you’re with, what you’re doing, or even your friends’ commentary. These are the little things that can cast a shadow of doubt in your boss’ or colleagues’ minds just when they are about to hand you a big assignment or recommend you for a promotion.

It’s too difficult to try to censor yourself on Facebook for your colleagues. Save yourself the trouble, and don’t friend them there. Let LinkedIn be your professional “social” network, and save Facebook for everybody else.

6. What They Do in the Bedroom

Whether your sex life is out of this world or lacking entirely, this information has no place at work. Such comments might get a chuckle from some people, but it makes most uncomfortable, and even offended. Crossing this line will instantly give you a bad reputation.

7. What They Think Someone Else Does in the Bedroom

A good 111% of the people you work with do not want to know that you bet they’re tigers in the sack. There’s no more surefire way to creep someone out than to let her know that thoughts of her love life have entered your brain. Anything from speculating on a colleague’s sexual orientation to making a relatively indirect comment like, “Oh, to be a newlywed again,” plants a permanent seed in the brains of all who hear it that casts you in a negative light.

Your thoughts are your own. Think whatever you feel is right about people; just keep it to yourself.

8. That They’re After Somebody Else’s Job

Announcing your ambitions at work when they are in direct conflict with other people’s interests comes across as selfish and indifferent to those you work with and the company as a whole. Great employees want the whole team to succeed, not just themselves. Regardless of your actual motives (some of us really do just work for the money), announcing your selfish goal will not help you get there.

9. How Wild They Used to Be in College

Your past can say a lot about you. Just because you did something outlandish or stupid 20 years ago doesn’t mean that people will believe you’ve developed impeccable judgment since then. Some behavior that might qualify as just another day in the typical fraternity (binge drinking, minor theft, drunk driving, abusing people or farm animals, and so on) shows everyone you work with that, when push comes to shove, you have poor judgment and don’t know where to draw the line. Many presidents have been elected in spite of their past indiscretions, but unless you have a team of handlers and PR types protecting and spinning your image, you should keep your unsavory past to yourself.

10. How Intoxicated They Like to Get

You might think talking about how inebriated you were over the weekend has no effect on how you’re viewed at work. After all, if you’re a good worker, then you’re a good worker, right? Unfortunately not. Sharing this will not get people to think you’re fun. Instead, they will see you as unpredictable, immature, and lacking in good judgment. Too many people have negative views of drugs and alcohol for you to reveal how much you love to indulge in them.

11. An Offensive Joke

If there’s one thing we can learn from celebrities, it’s to be careful about what you say and whom you say it to. Offensive jokes make other people feel terrible, and they make you look terrible. They also happen to be much less funny than clever jokes.

A joke crosses the line anytime you try to gauge its appropriateness based on how close you are with someone. If there is anyone who would be offended by your joke, you are better off not telling it. You never know whom people know or what experiences they’ve had in life that can lead your joke to tread on subjects that they take very seriously.

12. That They Are Job Hunting

When I was a kid, I told my baseball coach I was quitting in two weeks. For the next two weeks, I found myself riding the bench. It got even worse after those two weeks when I decided to stay, and I became “the kid who doesn’t even want to be here.” I was crushed, but it was my own fault; I told him my decision before it was certain.

The same thing happens when you tell people that you’re job hunting. Once you reveal that you’re planning to leave, you suddenly become a waste of everyone’s time. There’s also the chance that your hunt will be unsuccessful, so it’s best to wait until you’ve found a job before you tell anyone. Otherwise, you will end up riding the bench.

This article originally published at The Muse

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