Friday, March 19, 2010

How To Create And Add Google Sitemap For Blogger Blogspot

Login to Google Webmaster Tools with your Google Account (Gmail)

Click ‘Add a site…’ button

Enter your blog’s URL address

Copy the 'Meta Tag' / 'Meta Name' code

Login to, go to ‘Layout’ –> Click ‘Edit Html’ and paste the Meta Tag as shown in the image below

Save Template
When you’re done, go back to Google Webmaster Tools and click the ‘Verify’ button.

Submit Sitemap

Copy this code –

Go to ‘Site Configuration’ –> ‘Sitemaps’ –> ‘Submit a Sitemap’. Paste atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500     into the text box and click ’submit’

You should be seeing something like the screenshot above in your Webmaster Tools account, depending on the number of articles you have.

 Note :

If you have more than 500 articles, you will need to submit additional sitemap for the URL only index the first 500 articles. Example:
Article 1 to 500 – atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500
Article 501 to 1000 – atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=501&max-results=500
Article 1001 to 1500 – atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1001&max-results=500
Article 1501 to 2000 – atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1501&max-results=500
Article 2001 to 2500 – atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=2001&max-results=500

How to Delete Your Gmail Account

Naturally you must be logged into your GMail account in order to be able to delete it. If you can't login you can't delete the account; it's that simple. This prevents just anyone from deleting your account.
"... there's no 'undo': once you delete your email account it's gone forever and cannot be restored."

Start out by logging in to your Gmail account and click on Settings:

Once you're there, go to "Accounts and Import":

Part way down the resulting page in the section labeled Google Account settings, click on the link labeled Google Account settings: Read what they say:

 That's the default setup: Gmail, iGoogle and Web Search history. click on "Edit" next to My Products... at the top of that list:

The resulting page lists your options:

Now you can finally see what's going on! The question is: do you want to delete your Gmail account, or do you want to delete the entire account and all Google services?
I'm going to assume the latter, though if I'm wrong, you can see what to select here. I click on "Close account and delete all services" and get this long, complicated survey:

 Ya really want to proceed? Check all the boxes, enter your password again and click on "Delete Google Account", and...


Thursday, March 18, 2010

How to Set Up Google Webmaster Tools on your blogger

Adding Google Webmaster Tools is just as essential as adding Google Analytics. The 2 go hand in hand. With Webmaster Tools you can do a variety of things such as:

1)Submit an XML Sitemap
2)Set Crawler Access
3)See internal site links
4)See Top Search Queries
5)See keywords that earned a clickthrough
6)See external links to your site (backlinks)
7)View site errors in including crawl errors

Get an account with Google (its free) or use an existing one. Then go to the Google Webmaster Tools home page: Log in and click the add a site button. Type in the URL of your website and click add.

Once you have clicked add your site you will be taken to a Verification Screen with a Meta Tag you will need to insert into the code of your blogger.

Alright, now we need to open a new window and navigate over to our Edit HTML section of our blog. (DO NOT CLOSE THE PREVIOUS WINDOW, OPEN A NEW ONE. Yes, you can get back to it, but just leave it open for this tutorial 
1) Go to
2) Sign-in and go to your blogs control panel.
3) Click on "Template" (Callout 1 in the graphic below)
4) Then click "Edit HTML" (Callout 2 in the graphic below)
Now that we have both our verification code saved from before, and we are in the blogger "Edit HTML" section of the blog we wish to get more information on, we can place the verification code.
1) Find the "" tag in your template. (Callout 1 from the graphic below)
2) Place the code you copied from Webmaster Tools directly below the tag. (Callout 2 from the graphic below)
3) Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Save Template"
Now with the Verification code properly placed and saved we can complete the verification process.

Go back to the Webmaster Tools window (you left it open right?) and click the verify button as noted in the graphic below.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Purchase Domain Through Blogger

many of us using blogger blogspot blog for blogging, because it is easy to use and editable.but after a while you want to your blog look more professional and more credible by Publish on a custom domain .because some people think that used by newbies only, That’s not always true, of course.
there is 2 ways to do it,

1- Point your already owned and registered domain name to your blog.
2- buy new domain name via your blogger account.

we’ll now talk about number 2.
buy new domain name via your blogger blogger makes it easier to convert your Blogspot Account Into A .com Domain when you register a domain name via blogger account your Domain will be registered through a Google partner and cost $10 (USD) for one year.and as part of registration, you will also get a Google Apps account for your new domain.and the great deal here is that will redirect to your new custom domain. so you won’t leave your readers behind!the first thing to to is to log into your blogger account,

Then got to Settings >> Publishing
FIND : Switch to: • Custom Domain
and click Custom Domain
for more detail check next image

FIND : What address would you like your blog to have? next to this you’ll find a small text filed, fill it by your custom domain name, and click Check Availability

If it is Available you will navigate to Choose a domain name (step 1 of 3) pageclick continue to registration after that you’ll navigate to Sign up (step 2 of 3) page.Enter the domain registration information for your chosen domain name.and note that this information will be listed in whois directory.then click i accept, process to Google checkout.if you already have credit card added to your Google account, you can easily press agree and continue Or you have to add your billing information, credit card number and details to your current Google account.once you are finished press agree and review your purchase and press place your order your custom domain is are finish, please note that it may take 2 for 3 days to your blog to transformation to your new domain.finally here is video helps you to do it in the right way.

How do I create a Blogger Feed? Print gives you option to customize the feed for your blog, and you can give visitors to subscribe via email and also track visitors and how many people had subscribed to your feed. It also give lot of customization options. Here I will explain how you can use feed burner for providing email subscription option to your blog.

Click here to go to Feedburner. There on the Feed-burner homepage, Enter your full blog address such as in the “Ready to Burn?” form. Click Next

Identify Feed Source

If your Blog provides both RSS 2.0 and Atom 0.3 feeds, then you can select one of the options here. You might see choices such as

My suggestion, choose the RSS 2.0 feed which could be

Give your feed its title and address

On “Welcome”, make sure the title and FeedBurner address (URI) of your new feed are values you prefer.

create a FeedBurner account by picking a username and password and supplying your email address.
click Activate Feed ». A "Congrats" page should appear.
then click Next » to continue with the setup process.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

How do I install ERD Commander 2000?

Winternals Software has released a new version of its Em
erg ency Repair Disk (ERD) software. This new version, ERD Commander 2000, has many great features and great new ways to deploy the utility.

The previous version, ERD Commander Pro, created a set of

Windows NT start up disks; however, ERD Commander 2000 lets you create boot disks or a bootable CD-ROM or install ERD Commander 2000 to the local hard disk (like the Windows 2000 Recovery Console--RC).

To install the new version of the software, simply perform the following steps:

  1. Go to the directory to which you downloaded ERD Commander 2000.
  2. Double-click e2ksetup.exe.
  3. Click Next.
  4. After reading the license agreement, click Yes.
  5. Specify a destination folder and click Next (by default, the destination folder is C:\program files\Winternals\ERD Commander 2000).
  6. Click Next to the program folder name, then click Next again.
  7. The system will copy files and registry entries, and the Setup Wizard will start.
  8. Click Next when the license agreement appears again.
  9. Select the type of installation, and click Next.
  10. The system will ask for the location of the i386 folder of a Win2K installation (Professional or Server). Specify the appropriate location, and click Next.
  11. If you have any special SCSI drivers, the system gives you the chance to add them; after you do so, click Next.
  12. You can now set a password to access the installation. Set a password (this step is very important if you've chosen to install ERD Commander 2000 on the local hard disk, but it is also an option if you are creating a bootable CD-ROM), and click Next.
  13. Click Next to create the disks/files.
  14. Click Finish.

If you selected to create a bootable CD-ROM, you need to perform a few more steps. You will have a folder with the following items in it:

  • i386 folder (contains the files used for the console)
  • BOOTSECT.BIN (the file you will use as the boot sector for the CD-ROM)
  • cdrom_is.5 (for Win2K Server) or cdrom_ip.5 (for Win2K Pro)

To create the CD-ROM, start your CD-ROM burner software, and specify the following settings:

  • Use ISO 9660 file system (Not Joliet)
  • Include Hidden files
  • Include System files
  • Disable Version Numbers
  • Set as bootable CD_ROM
  • Set boot sector image to BOOTSECT.BIN
  • Set Media Emulation to Custom
  • Set Load Sector Count to 4
  • Set Load Segment to 07C0 (hex)
If you were using Golden Hawk CDRWIN software, your main screen would look like the one shown in Figure 1, and you would click Advanced Options to set the bootable parts.

Click here to view image

One really neat feature of the new version is that it takes only two steps to change a password.

  1. Use the following command to connect to the registry:

    C:\> registry

  2. Use the password command to change the password:

    C:\> password [username] [new password]

I highly recommend this new version. The old version saved my neck a number of times, and this new version is even better. You can purchase ERD Commander 2000 for $349. An upgrade to ERD Commander Pro is available for $49. ERD Commander 2000 operates on both NT 4.0 and Win2K. For more information, visit the Winternals Software Web site.

Monday, March 8, 2010

How to Add "Read More..."Posts link in Blogger

1. Login to your Blogger account and go to Layout > Edit HTML (click Expand Widget Template).

2. Find this line of code:


3. Copy this code just before the code above:

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>

4. Now, copy this code just after the code above <data:post.body/>

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType != "item"'><br />
<a expr:href='data:post.url'>Read more...</a>

Change the Read more... text to whatever link text you want to appear. The result should look something like this now:
5. Save your template.

Adding Class Tag in Your Default Post Template:
1. In your Blogger Dashboard, go to Settings > Formatting and scroll all the way down to the bottom. Copy this code and then save settings:

<span class="fullpost">


It should look something like this:

Creating a New Post:

When you click the Posting tab (HTML mode), you'll notice that your default post template now has <span class="fullpost"> and </span> tags. Anything you put above the tag <span class="fullpost"> will be the teaser text. The main body of your post needs to go in between the <span class="fullpost"> and </span> tags in order for the “read more…” link to work properly. See image below:

Publish or preview your new post to see your newly created "Read More..." works on your blog.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Insert HTML Code to Blogger Posting

If you enter any Java Script or HTML code in your posts, Blogger will automatically execute that code considering it a regular part of your post. We just need to encode our HTML special characters like <, >, & into entities <, >, &. This is a really painful process but Beta Templates is here to help you.
But how if the code is to much??? You can use this site to help change characteristic into notation. ( The way is so simple. Put your code and then click uncode.

Click The Encode Button Than it look like the Below Image.

Post the Html code in the Post area,and Publish Post

Hide Post Date, Time and/or Author

There are some reason for blogger to hide Post date, time and author. May be they want to see their blog looks clear or everything? Now I will show you the trick to "hide your post date, time and or author". The methods are very simple, just find the code that I pointed to you and delete it. You can chose which part want to delete, date only, time only, author only or it all. Ok, if you decided to do it lets begin the hack.

1. Login to blogger the go to "Layout --> Edit HTML"
2. Click on the "Download Full Template" to back up your template first.
3. Check on the "Expand Widget Templates" check box.

Hide Post Date

find this code and delete it.


Hide Post Time

find this code and delete it.

<span class='post-timestamp'>
<b:if cond='data:top.showTimestamp'>
<b:if cond='data:post.url'>
<a class='timestamp-link' expr:href='data:post.url' rel='bookmark'
title='permanent link'><abbr class='published'

Hide Post Author

find this code and delete it.

<span class='post-author vcard'>
<b: if cond='data:top.showAuthor'>
<span class='fn'><></span>


Save your editing

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Add A Paypal Donate Button to the Blogger

Adding a Paypal donation button to your blog will give your loyal readers a chance to support
1.First,Log in to your Paypal account.

2.Click on the 'Merchant Services' tab (see at the top of the page).

3.Scroll down the window and you will see an option "Donations" in the right sidebar.Click on it!

4.Now,you will see some options like Donation name/service ,donation id,etc etc...
The first field (Donation name/service) is the only thing that is required and all the remaining fields are optional.
Enter that first field,choose a button style,scroll down the window and click on "Create a button Now"
5.Now,you will see some html code... Copy it and sign in to your blogger dashboard »» Click on the layout »» Add a Page element »» html/javascript »» and paste that html code and SAVE THE CHANGES.

Here is how the button will look in your sidebar

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Hide Navbar from Blogger

1.Login to Blogger.
2.On the Blogger Dashboard, click on the Template link of the blog that you want to disable its NavBar. You can also click Customize on NavBar while visiting your blog.

3.The Edit HTML page under Template tab should be loaded. Click on the drop down box beside Change the Blogger NavBar and select Off.

4.Click on SAVE TEMPLATE CHANGES button when done.
Remove and Hide NavBar in Blogger Widget Template

1.Sign in to Blogger.
2.On the Blogger Dashboard, click on the Layout link of the blog that you want to disable its NavBar. You can also click Customize on NavBar while visiting your blog.

3.Under the Layout tab, click on Edit HTML tab to view the template’s HTML code.

4.Search for the following line of code:
Before the line, add in the following line of code:

#navbar { display: none; }


#navbar-iframe { display: none !important; }

5.Click on SAVE TEMPLATE to make the change effective.
Remove and Hide NavBar in Blogger Classic Template

1.Login to Blogger.
2.On the Blogger Dashboard, click on the Template link of the blog that you want to disable its NavBar. You can also click Customize on NavBar while visiting your blog. 3.The Edit HTML page under Template tab should be loaded. If not, go to the tab.
4.Search for the following line of code:


Then, add the following line of code before that line:

#navbar-iframe { display: none; }

The Blogger Classic Template uses iframe to load the NavBar, and styles it with ID named navbar-iframe. The name actually also works for new Blogger Widget Template too.

5.After hiding the Nav Bar in Blogger using Classic Template, there tends to be a gap that replaces the navigation bar. The gap may be white, red, green, blue, or black in color, depends on what is your background color. To remove the gap, find the following code (normally near the top of the HTML):
body {

Add in the following like of code after the body tag:

position: relative;
top: -32px;

6.Click on SAVE TEMPLATE CHANGES button when done.