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Anatomy of a Blogger Template

I stumbled across a breakdown of the anatomy of a Blogger template in easy to understand sections. It will help you to understand the HTML code as you struggle to make sense of it all.

What is so good about this post is that it gives a visual representation of the template with references to the HTML code that the various sections relate to.

This can be helpful in finding areas of code that a user might want to change when customizing their blog.

Kudos to the author and well done!


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Written October 5th, 2006 by | 1 Comment | Filed under: Design Tips ,

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  1. Lets see what other templates we can get our hands on.

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