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    Blogger Threaded Comment is Live : Two Level Commenting

    January 12, 2012
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    Blogger threaded comment feature is one of those basic feature which we always missed being on BlogSpot. That’s one of the many reasons at time, we suggest to use third party commenting system like DISQUS or Intense debate. Here is a good news for BlogSpot bloggers, Blogger threaded comment is live with two level commenting. Here is a screenshot of threaded comment in action on BlogSpot: By two level commenting I meant, this reply to ...

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    Why WordPress is Best Blogging Platform?

    December 30, 2011
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    WordPress has been one of the most popular Blogging platform used in past couple of years and one of the most common question which I heard from newbie blogger is Why WordPress , or why not BlogSpot. Well, I’m not going to discus why BlogSpot is good but certainly not the best but will focus more on answering Why WordPress and why you should use WordPress as your Blogging platform. Blogging is one of the ...

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    How to Integrate Intense Debate Commenting System into BlogSpot Blogs

    October 12, 2011
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    I have already talked about how much I hate BlogSpot default commenting system as it requires more click and not really commentator friendly. Some of the popular commenting system like DISQUS & intense debate can easily be integrated into BlogSpot commenting system and thus it will offer more advanced features. Though if you wish to migrate to WordPress (Tell me why you should not) in future, importing comment from intense debate comment to WordPress might ...

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    How to Disable Default Lightbox Effect On BlogSpot

    September 21, 2011
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    Huh! The newly released Lightbox effect has caused a lot of trouble on various blogs especially those photography blogs which had another version of Lightbox effect installed on it. If you had missed the earlier article about this newly enabled effect, I recommend you to check it now by navigating to the following link – Is BlogSpot Testing Lightbox Effect for its Images? Just ensure whether the effect is visible on your blogspot blog before ...

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    Add A Stylish News Slider/Scroller to Blogger: How To

    September 10, 2011
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    I’ve been receiving few emails from Shoutmeloud readers, as well as those from my very own blog, who wanted a news slider/scroller widget on their blogger templates. So, I’ve designed a simple and stylish news reader that shall slide vertically using Dojo JavaScript. These sliders are more often used on sidebars to display tweets, recent comments, related/popular articles and other text related news. So, if you still don’t have an idea about the same, then ...

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    BlogSpot iPhone App Review : It Sucks!

    September 9, 2011
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    When ever we talk about popular Blogging apps on iPhone I always miss seeing one for BlogSpot bloggers. Though we have BlogPress app for iPhone which is a paid app and most likely I would pass it on and prefer working on my laptop. Now here is some treat for our BlogSpot blog readers, Google has released official BlogSpot iPhone App which is free and would let you quickly publish blog post while you are ...

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    How to add Sticky Bar similar to Shoutmeloud on BlogSpot & WordPress?

    August 31, 2011
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    I’ve been receiving quite a lot of emails wherein people asked for the codes that is used to run the sticky bar on Shoutmeloud. If you are wondering what a sticky bar is, then scroll to the top of this page and look out for a red bar with blinking text. That’s called a sticky bar which is used to display useful information to the user – widely used to display the most popular article ...

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    How to Style BlockQuote With CSS for BlogSpot and WordPress

    August 23, 2011
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    As the title of the article suggests, we’ll be using :before and :after attributes in defining our CSS. However, the actual credit goes to the “content” property which helps us to achieve cool effects via CSS. So, in this article, I’ll illustrate the basic usage of content property to add stylish block quotes using CSS. In other words, you’ll be able to add a block quote that appears to have an image but does not. ...

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