Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Removing dynamic templates from your blog

Dynamic templates can be removed from your blog - but be careful if you want to keep any gadets etc that were on your blog before it went dynamic.

Dynamic templates: turning them on in your blog

This article is about the 2nd version of dynamic templates that Blogger have released:  what they are, how to add them to your blog, and what restrictions they have.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Blogger / Amazon integration is finished - what are our options now?

This article is an update about the interaction between Blogger and Amazon, and what options Blogger users have instead.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Customizing the look and feel of your Amazon associate advertisements

If you are an Amazon Associates publisher, then you have a great deal of control over the color schemes used in your ads, and some control over the other elements.  This article describes the options that are open to you:  it's writen for Blogger users, but the info applies to all Amazon affiliates.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

How to cut, copy and paste in Blogger's post editor

Blogger's post editor doesn't have buttons for cut, copy and paste.   Google Chrome doesn't have them in a top menu bar either.   Fortunately there are still (at least) three ways to move text around.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Options in Blogger's post-editor: where to find them

This article explains where to find the options for each post or page in the post September 2011  Blogger interface.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Set all the links in your blog to open in a new window - except if you use AdSense!

You can set your blog up so that all clicked links open in a new page.  But this is not a good idea if you are an AdSense publisher - this article explains why.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

New Blogger interface VS existing help-articles

This article explains the approach I'm taking to converting the advice in this blog to the new Blogger interface which was released in August 2011.

And it asks for ideas about the best way to describe where to find things in the new tool.