Is there a way to enable Facebook Comments Box for mobile viewing in Google Blogger?
I used these instructions
to enable Facebook comments on my blog. It worked out, but it's not showing up in the mobile view.
discusses how to add a widget to the Blogger Mobile Template. The Facebook Comments Box is not exactly a widget. I imagine there's probably a solution to getting it to appear in the mobile view, similiar to this
, but I don't know how to do it. Is there a way to add something like this (mobile='yes') to the plugin code?
posted by Bushmiller
on Jul 25, 2012 -
This weekend I'm setting up a website for an academic event. I'd like the homepage of the site to have large, clickable progress bars that display the number of posts for each of the subpages (News & Announcements, Blog, Events, etc.). As more posts are added to each of the subpages (posts would likely be sorted and displayed by category and tag), its respective progress bar takes up more screen real estate and the tally count listed on/near it increases. Basically, I want the homepage to look like a giant, dynamic bar chart. Is there a freeware (or cheap) template, widget or piece of code that allows me to do this? [more inside]
posted by iamkimiam
on Sep 15, 2011 -
During this holiday break I'm going to be purchasing a domain name and migrating a University department's WordPress.com blog over to either WordPress.org or Blogger. I need help deciding which (Wordpress.org or Blogger) will be the best way to go based on the blog's needs and the capabilities of its authors. [more inside]
posted by iamkimiam
on Dec 22, 2010 -
Are there any good resources for explaining how to turn an existing (simple) website design into a template for Blogger? I just want my blog to look like the rest of my website! [more inside]
posted by mr_silver
on Feb 17, 2010 -
I have a Blogger blog, and I have a CSS theme that I customize. How can I change the color of links only in the blog banner ("header"), without changing the color of links in the rest of the blog? [more inside]
posted by Jaltcoh
on Apr 20, 2009 -
This is kind of an embarassing question. Is there any decent cheap or shareware software for building basic websites? I know how to edit HTML pretty well, and even tinker with CSS to get it to do what I want, but I don't know how page structure/architecture really works. I want to build a very basic website where I can have an inaccessible image/media folder (to serve to my Blogger-hosted blog, which I'll eventually migrate to a subdomain) and just a few pages of text. All I get from the controls where my domain name is hosted (GoDaddy) is an IP address and a login. After that it's up to me, evidently.
posted by _sirmissalot_
on Jul 13, 2004 -