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    shini
    Participant

    Hi,

    After tinkering with the html coding, I managed to get the template working, but there are several things still not working.

    My blog is at http://hugginglove.blogspot.com/ . It is a blog for me to share my original webnovels.

    My questions are:
    1) How to get the tab ‘Featured’ to capture my posts, whether automatically or manually? All I get are these Lorem ipsum dolor stuff. I found the part of the code simply by searching lorem ipsum but it seems like I have to manually change it? Is there a way to make it automatic? If it has to be done manually, how do I change the pictures?
    2) How do I get the tab ‘Latest’ to capture my latest posts? Or is it referring to the latest comment?
    3) There is an ‘about’ element behind ‘Blogs Archive’ on the page. How do I remove this? Originally, it also had to remove ‘About Me’ from the template as it screwed up with the widgets below it. I had it replaced with blogger’s built in widget, but I had no idea how to remove the lingering ‘about’ in the background.
    4) There is a ‘Pages’ text at the top right of the site. What is this? Is there a way to remove it?

    Thanks in advance for your assistance.

    #17728

    mourseben
    Participant

    Setup Featured Area..
    Login to blogger dashboard –> layout –> Edit HTML. Now scroll down to where you see the codes below:

    <div id=’feature’>
    <ul class=’ui-tabs-nav’>
    <li><a href=’#fragment-502′><img src=’/thumb.jpg’/></a>
    </li>
    ……….
    <div class=’ui-tabs-panel’ id=’fragment-502′>
    <img src=’/image.jpg’/>
    <div class=’info’>
    <h2><a href=’#’>Feature Title 1</a></h2>
    <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet…<a href=’#’>Read More</a></p>
    ……….

    Now replace :

    “#” with your featured post URL.
    “thumb.jpg” with your thumbnail image.
    “image.jpg” with your slider image.

    Setup Drop-down Menu:
    Login to blogger dashboard –> layout –> Edit HTML. Now scroll down to where you see the codes below:

    <ul id=’nav’>
    <li><a expr:href=’data:blog.homepageUrl’>Home</a></li>
    <li><a href=’#’>About</a>
    <ul class=’children’>
    <li><a href=’#’>Contact us</a></li>
    ……….

    Just replace “#” with your menu item URL.

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