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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Changing Flipcard Default Background Color in Blogger Dynamic View

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When you do not have an image to be used as thumbnail for a given flipcard, by default, the front card would assume a greyish background color. Here's how you can change this default color.

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Changing Flipcard Border Color in Blogger Dynamic Views

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Here's a quick one, just to cover some grounds. Blog reader Red has been wondering if there is a way to change the color of the border around the cards in Flipcard Blogger Dynamic View templates. Here's how.

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Show Description Text in Full in Blogger Dynamic View Templates

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Happy 2014 folks! Enough with New Year greetings, and back to this week's post. Blog Reader Jerry De Luca was wondering if there is a way to make the description text in Dynamic View blogs to show in full. Yes, it can be done, and here's how.

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Show Post Title in Full in Magazine Blogger Dynamic View

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I've published tutorials on how post titles can be shown in full in Blogger's Flipcard and Timeslide Dynamic Views before, and Blog Reader Pierre Egault would like to know a similar trick for Magazine view - as Magazine view tends to truncate your title when a custom web font is used. This tweak should also help to reduce the gap in your post title's line height when a custom font is used. So, here's how:

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Comment Link Next to Blogger Post Title

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Finally, a non-dynamic post after a long time (or I should say, a *post* after a long time).. Knowing there's a way to add labels next to post titles, blog reader Amy was curious to know if there's a way to do the same with Comment links - adding the link next to the title, including the comment counter.. Since this doesn't involve a Dynamic template, you have all the reason in the world to believe there must be a way. Personally, I think this tweak could be especially handy, now that the comment link in post footer is more of a hit-and-miss thing. Without further ado, here's how..