Curves are a bit different. A collar will make the bit cut a slightly larger radius on outside curves and smaller radius on inside curves. The result will be a finished piece slightly different from the template, but not consequential. To find where the bit will actually cut, run a pen in a loose bearing with the same offset as the collar along the template to draw the layout line.
The designs and structure of web page templates, including those for offline presentations vary according to intended use and preference of the use. Basic templates otherwise calls static web page templates, are simple and consist of few colors and limited graphics or video capability. In contrast, more elaborate and dynamic web page templates, which stand out more, employ the use of several applications which enable the use of graphics and video capability in order to enhance a website. Applications used on these dynamic web page templates, often come embedded with the template, thus, the user just inputs the relevant data and the applications take effect.
When you change your template by choosing Pick New Template, Blogger's system is intelligent enough to preserve the gadgets you currently have set up. For instance, if you have added some gadgets using the Add a Gadget link on the Layout -> Page Elements page, those gadgets will be preserved in your new template design. I'll discuss later a method for changing your template design that requires more caution.
However unless you are an experienced web developer, you will often find templates you downloaded from these template websites hard to edit. All programmers and web developers know it is often harder to learn another programmer's code than building new code. And often a website template which looks great in preview mode contains code from multiple source with different coding style, makes it even harder to understand and edit.
Another way that you can customize your template is by editing the blog's template file. You can access the template file by going to Layout -> Edit HTML. Blogger would probably be more accurate naming the link "Edit XML", since that's what you're actually editing. What you'll find in the template file are some variable definitions, some CSS style definitions, and finally the body of the blog page, which contains a bunch of XML tags that look something like this:
There are both free and paid templates available for your use. With a few exceptions the free templates will come with a licence that gives rules for its use. Creative Commons licenses are often used by the creator of free web design templates. The rules may require that you use the template for only certain purposes. Attribution is often required which means that you must give proper credit to the author and not claim the design for yourself. The license is often included in the template download. If the license is not included in the download or the website you may assume that there is no license.
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