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Pro Black Blogger Template

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About Pro Black

Pro Black is a free Blogger template adapted from WordPress with 2 columns, right sidebar and rounded corners.

Excellent template for blogs about to write a diary or photography.

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Author: Falcon Hive.
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9 Questions and comments on Pro Black

Mauri 14 August 2009 at 15:40

esse é bem legal…
gostei desse.

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Be 14 August 2009 at 19:04

Bem legal esse.
Mas soh um problema – nao tem como mudar a foto?
Como muda?

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A d'Z 20 August 2009 at 5:42

I really love this template but I need to change it again now. I don’t understand why must the POST DATE for every single post must be 17 Apr. That’s something adversing.

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MOTIVASI ARTIKEL 28 August 2009 at 22:07

cOOLL ! MAY i Change the picture??

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Richard Alpert 8 September 2009 at 15:44

yeha, wtf… every date posted is april 17???? how do i edit this

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Cash Searcher 19 September 2009 at 6:43

Very different looking!

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Vinicius Pegoraro 16 October 2009 at 16:15

A data so fica 17 de abril, oque devo fazer para ficar a data certa

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Yan 26 October 2009 at 10:34

Very good template !
But, every date posted is 17 Apr …
how do i edit this ?

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Douglas Gross 24 February 2010 at 21:38

Yes, I too noticed every date is April 17. Though I was able to easily change the timestamp to use JavaScript to change the timestamp to retrieve the local date on the user’s computer, all that will do is display the current date, not the date of the actual post. Unfortunately, the only way to create a timestamp is to use a database and a server-side web language. So, although this was my favorite pick, I am going to have to get a new template. This is the code I created to make it display the current date:

var d=new Date();
var timestamp = new Array(2);
timestamp[1] = d.getDate();
timestamp[2] = d.getMonth();
switch (timestamp[2])
case 0: document.write(“Jan”);
case 1: document.write(“Feb”);
case 2: document.write(“Mar”);
case 3: document.write(“Apr”);
case 4: document.write(“May”);
case 5: document.write(“June”);
case 6: document.write(“July”);
case 7: document.write(“Aug”);
case 8: document.write(“Sept”);
case 9: document.write(“Oct”);
case 10: document.write(“Nov”);
case 11: document.write(“Dec”);

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