Category: Blogger Guides

WordPress to Blogger Migration Guide 2019

How To Migrate From WordPress to Blogger

Published on 07 Aug 2019 by Nigel

WordPress currently powers around 30% of all the websites on the internet. With WordPress you get access to thousands of free plugins and themes to make your blog better. Without a doubt, WordPress is our recommended platform for serious blogging. However, what if you are in an odd situation where you want to switch from […]

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How To Exclude Blog Post in Blogger Popular Posts Gadget

Published on 19 Jul 2019 by Nigel

Sometimes you may find yourself wanting to exclude a particular blog post from appearing in Blogger gadget like Popular Posts widget. Unfortunately, in Blogger, customizations and fine controls like that are not that easy. You would have to get into the template code and do certain modifications.  In this article, I will guide you how […]

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Free SSL HTTPS Certificate for Blogger blogs

How To Get Free SSL / HTTPS Certificate on Blogger blogs

Published on 12 Jul 2019 by Nigel

In today’s internet, SSL / HTTPS certificates are very important for websites. With SSL / HTTPS certificates, the transfer of data between your device and the website will be in encrypted form and hence prevent a third party from leaking your confidential data. Major browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox have taken steps to […]

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Related Posts Gadget for Blogger Blogspot

How To Show Related Posts on Blogger / Blogspot Blogs

Published on 04 Jun 2019 by Nigel

Blogger is a good platform for beginner bloggers. However, Blogger lacks many features which are standard in most blogs nowadays. One of the most requested missing feature in Blogger is the Related Posts widget. Related Posts is very useful to show other related posts to your readers and keep them reading your blog more. In […]

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How to use google fonts in blogger blog

How To Use Google Fonts in Blogger Blogs

Published on 28 Apr 2019 by Nigel

Fonts have a great impact on the overall visual appeal of a blog. Blogger / Blogspot already comes with over 98 different fonts to choose from. However, if you are not satisfied with the selection of fonts provided by Blogger, you may want to look at the fonts offered by Google Fonts. Google Fonts has […]

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