You don’t have to use CSS unless you want a something specific. I know mine is customized, it’s really hard to get the look and feel you want from someone else design. Anyway, if you go to template and hit customized you can edit it also but it’s really learn as you go. What do you want to change?posted about 4 years ago
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Did you customize it yourself? IF you did, did you use HTML or CSS? I can’t figure out which code I should even be using; I go to “customize HTML”, but the coding itself looks like CSS to me. :/ I have no clue. XD But I agree, it’s definitely a learning experience, haha!
As for what I’m trying to change, it’s mainly things within the actual posts:
1. Post wise, I’m trying to change the default font and add that to the coding so that I don’t have to keep trying to change the font and font size every time I write a new post (having to input it as I make each new post is a little annoying, haha! Plus, they don’t have the font I really want as an option. I’m just using Georgia right now, but I actually want to use Ebrima).
2. I want to make it so that when I upload pictures, they’re full sized, rather than within the “click for the full sized photograph” border that shrinks the picture.
3. I’m looking to make the post headings a different color from the actual post. I’m shooting for green and Black with a white font, but with the way this CSS is looking, I’ll be happy if I can just figure out how to make it black, haha!
4. I’m trying to make the “about me” section a separate page that has the same look as the blog. But I know the “about me” thing shows up on your blog regardless, and I’d like to make that a little black box with white font.
It’s only four things but at this rate, it feels like an infinite list! XDposted about 4 years ago
um i customized mine with the features they already have. go to template and then customize i got mine to look pretty professional http://aifilh.blogspot.com/posted about 4 years ago
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I used a lay-out of blogger, and adjusted it to my preferences. They have an advanced tool where you can change the colors of everything
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that is great how did you do it, i am not a webmaster so it is difficult for me to do regards short statusposted 4 months ago