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Clinic Blogger Template

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About Clinic

Clinic is a free blogger template with 4 columns, magazine-styled, right sidebar, slider, posts thumbnails and neutral colors.


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Credits

Author: Templates Novo Blogger.


19 Questions and comments on Clinic

ZooTemplates 27 June 2009 at 1:50

Great Templates And Really Clean Blog With White CColour.. I Like This Template, Thank For Conver It into Blogger Platform…

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MüzikDinle 28 June 2009 at 10:03

nice theme but im searching only css & xhtml

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pato vergara 3 August 2009 at 23:16

estoy cargando cosas en la nueva plantilla. hasta el momento se ve bien muchas gracias

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~Dony|May~ 11 August 2009 at 9:58

>>> * Muito Bom ess Template * >>>

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Pabloi 30 August 2009 at 21:39

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shared for all 24 October 2009 at 22:32

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Kate 21 November 2009 at 7:12

I am having real problems uploading this template to blogger. The tutorial is in another language other then english so that really does not help at all.

Don’t know how to load the javascript files so the slide show can run on the home page. Adsense is not loading. And the posts on the front page come up with no link to read on like it does in the demo.

Any help on this one?

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sam 14 December 2009 at 15:05

This is the most difficult xml template i have ever had to use but after a long time hacking around with it , once i got the slider to work and postionings i love it!
Vut hey guy the javascript files you have fed from some other server that are used for the slider are useless because that server is dead
so i was like 5 hourse trying to make the slider work till i realised the server where you store and leech the .js files from is down!
so i uploaded the js files to my own server
for people with a blogspot adress and no personal server they will have a problem with this template as far as the slider is concerned

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ALEX 4 January 2010 at 21:30

Hello, please can anyone help with this topic about the slider. By the comment of Sam, the server of the images is not working. Can anyone help with detailed instructions on how to make it work? I do have my personal webpage, but i didnt understand how to make it. many thanks!!!

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Sam 5 January 2010 at 0:02

Well Alex i can let you download the js files from my server.
open each url in a browser tab and the browser will download it to your pc, or if it displays as a text file in the browser then select all copy and paste into your favourite text enditor and save each as jquery2.js and s35slider2.js
then upload the files to your server wherever it is and go to your blogger dashboard. select “layout” tab and then select the “Edit html” tab and press the ctrl and the f buttons simultaneously on your keyboard (find) if you use firefox a search pane will appear at bottom of browser or if ie explorer then a search window will open
enter jquery2.js in the textfield of the search pane and press enter…
this will find the line of code for you in the template’s html
then just change the url to where the .js files are on your server, and voila! save the template and it should work.
http://sak-yant.com/jquery2.js
http://sak-yant.com/s3Slider2.js

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Sam 5 January 2010 at 0:04

Igual tenia que haberlo explicado en Castellano.. bueno intentalo en ingles y si no me lo digas

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ALEX 5 January 2010 at 13:28

Gracias Sam, la pregunta serìa, como subo los archivos JS a un servidor para echar a andar el slider usando este template?
mil tks

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Kate 14 January 2010 at 2:45

Sam,

It’s great that you were able to make the slider work! ^^
Can you instruct me how to apply this template on my blog using my own pictures? By the way, how many pictures can we put in the slider? Kindly tell me how to fix different positioning, too. And, just in case, can I download the js files from your server as well? Thanks soooo much for helping this newbie! ^_____^

P.S.
My blog is still almost empty. I haven’t written or posted anything yet. Thanxie!

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Kate 14 January 2010 at 2:47

May I view your blog, too? ^^ Thanks! Thanks! Thanks!

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Lynn 26 August 2010 at 17:42

You can use the html slider code and instructions from MAGZMO Template. Post the html in the section to the left of “ABOUT ME” You’ll have to use 400wdth 300hght images.

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Lynn 26 August 2010 at 17:44

@Lynn:hm tried to post the code but it did not show, but just get html code from that template, its a simple installment.

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aan 15 September 2010 at 3:26

Sorry..i have problem too. How to show picture post rotate like this template?

Thanks.

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fere 25 August 2012 at 21:22

Como quitarle a la plantilla el cuadro que sale en la parte superios entre la cabecera del blog y las entradas.

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Bloggie 6 April 2013 at 5:14

That’s really amazing blogger theme. Thanks for share

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