In order to effectively edit your template beyond simply changing fonts and colors in the variable definition section, you'll need to know (or be willing to learn) some things about CSS and the Blogger XML schema. It will likely take some studying of the existing XML setup and some experimenting to make the improvements you're looking for. As you make changes, you might want to keep a backup copy of your last working template so you don't have to go back to work from the original template file if you mess something up.
Both the homepage and the content pages need to come with clear structure and hierarchy of information. The menus play incredible role and they need to facilitate people into exploring the entire website. White space should also be used cleverly. A template that features one leading element is better than a template that is saying too much. It is all about having the right focus and impressing visitors immediately after they get to the website.
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Paid templates have licenses also. They may restrict the template to one use per fee. It it usually stated that you may not repackage the template and sell it for yourself. The license of the paid template usually allows you to use the template and claim the design as your own. One service that I have seen sells templates under a more liberal license which gives extended uses and greater privileges. Be sure to follow the restrictions in your template's license for your own peace of mind.
Imagery is a vital part of an online presence. Without photographs, a website can be a dull and uninteresting place. Static photos are easily added to a website with a few lines of code, but these again are lifeless and easily forgotten. Creating and deploying a website can be a difficult and complex task without the aid of a professional. There are, however, ways that a site can be created that circumvent these challenges. The use of a template can greatly ease the creation process and speed up the deployment time.
After you've finished editing the codes, it's important to check its compatibility with different browsers. This is a necessary safety precaution even if the very essential codes we're just copied from a template made by a professional who's work has already been checked for browser compatibility.
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