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Color Paper Blogger Template

Color Paper

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Instructions

  1. How to install a Blogger template.

About Color Paper

Color Paper is a free Blogger template adapted from WordPress with 2 columns, right sidebar, fresh look, grunge style, neutral colors, vectorial elements and vintage style.


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Credits

Author: Falcon Hive.
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91 Questions and comments on Color Paper

Genie 20 May 2009 at 18:18

Thank you, Heidi, at Carolina Dreamz. I finally got the undefined dealie fixed thanks to your comment!

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Genie 21 May 2009 at 3:48

Okay, I think I have just about everything just the way I want it (http://brackettvillebeef.blogspot.com/) with this template, but I don’t understand how to either utilize or remove the “Read More” thingie.

I love the template, I think it’s beautiful and I love how wide the sidebar is.

I also wish I could do something a little bit different with the “Home Posts RSS Comments RSS” thingie, anybody got any ideas?

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techbreaking 2 June 2009 at 5:36

SO beautiful a template.. i love this.

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CJ 5 June 2009 at 12:32

Has anyone figured out how to change the colors on this? I followed the instructions, but the colors are still the default teal? Any ideas? And so far, other than the color issue, it has been a great template.

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Renee 19 June 2009 at 9:58

I love the look of this template and just downloaded it yesterday. When I’m signed into Blogger it shows up perfectly but if someone else were to go on my site, than the template doesn’t show up properly. Please help!

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kissu 27 June 2009 at 18:14

Anyone knows how to make the space between items in the Blog Archive list smaller, or between tags, etc?

Can I also make smaller the space of featured content?

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m.reza 27 August 2009 at 9:35

In the above pics you can see the “Undefined” error instead of the Blog Post date. Many blogger blogs get this error. This is mainly due to the default date settings for the blogger blogs. Correcting this error is very simple.

First login to your blogger dashboard and go to the blog which is showing the Undefined text instead of the Date. Click on the Settings option and in it go to the Formatting section.

In it find the Timestamp Format option. The current selected format will be 8:25 AM or some other time having same format. Now change this time format to Friday, July 31, 2009 or a date having same format.

Now click on Save and refresh your blog. You will see that the Undefined error has been replaced by the Date of the blog post.

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Jo 4 October 2009 at 14:50

hi, this template is absolutely amazing! I love it!

but changing colours would be more fun for those who visit my blog and the RSS button doesn’t really work.

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Camillia 1 December 2009 at 0:30

Great template! My blog looks 10X better.

Does anyone know how to make the titles on the side bar a little smaller? They are ginormous. Where in the HTML text can I change that?

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Erin W 6 December 2009 at 17:08

I put a picture in the featured content section following the directions and it was great for a day but then it turns into a little blue question mark box… why? And how would I go about fixing that.

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Gilberto 25 December 2009 at 21:06

Hi,
Can you help me?
I want change the information onde side of the post.
To me apear of “undefined” “undefined” in the templete example apear the date “30 DEC”. How can i change this? In the html editor i dont found the word undefined…
Sorry for my english because i’m brazilian and dont speak very well.
I weit for the help.
Bye!

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Claudia 26 December 2009 at 16:16

Gilberto:
Please, click on the “Template Settings” link.

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Mothman 8 January 2010 at 15:31

I’ve just installed this template, and have been modifying it.

I like it a lot.

But one thing bothers me… the READ MORE function…. even if I don’t actually USE the function in a post (ie. I enter the post so that the entire contents shows in the main blog view, meaning the READ MORE button is not needed) … even when I do that, the READ MORE button still shows on each and every post.

Is this intentional, or is there something wrong?

Either way, any ideas how to fix it?

I tried using Bloggers built-in Read More function, and was going to simply remove the code from the template that shows the template button… but this template appears to disable Bloggers built in function, as the standard, Blogger, Read More link won’t show.

Any ideas?

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Claudia 9 January 2010 at 19:20

Mothman:
This template is missing the “Read more” code which allows you to use the function.

How to add it?

Go to Layout/Edit HTML/ Expand Widget Templates and find:

<div class='post-footer'>

Add this code above, and save the changes:

  <div class='jump-link'>
        <a expr:href='data:post.url + "#more"' expr:title='data:post.title'><data:post.jumpText/></a>  
      </div>
    </b:if>
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