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Scrapbook is a free blogger template adapted from WordPress with 2 columns, right sidebar, gallery-styled and social bookmarking icons.

Excellent template for blogs about to write a diary.

Download Scrapbook for free in BTemplates.

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Compatible with:FFIEChrome


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  1. moi 11 September 2009

    hello, how cai i change the images in the template???
    thank you

  2. J 11 September 2009

    Very cool. Interesting that the sidebar disappears in Google Chrome when the browser is in full screen/maximized mode, but appears when it is not maximized. Works in IE explorer just fine….I think it is Google Chrome’s bug.

  3. floyd 12 September 2009

    Very interesting template, I like the sidebar.

  4. translate4you blog 12 September 2009

    this is good temp. but where is the side bar!!

  5. Bradley 13 September 2009

    The sidebar is collapsable “translate4you blog”.

    What I’m wondering is why the actual post date isn’t included. Doesn’t make sense to just have the time it was posted displayed if there’s no date for reference. Now I have to figure out how to manually put it back in.

    I think I’ve done a pretty good job of implementing it so far, with a few changes.

  6. J 15 September 2009

    FYI – a new version of Chrome was pushed out today and now the sidebar appears to work and not dissappear anymore. Yay!

  7. Michael Lance 16 September 2009

    So I am not that savey – Just getting into this. I tired to change the pics in the header to some that make sense for my blog and they keep coming up with a little square with a ? in it. What am I doing wrong? My code seems just like the code in the template… I even resized the photos I am trying to put in to 150 x 150 px… Same result. Is there something I am missing? Thanks for any help! – M

  8. Bradley 16 September 2009

    Where are you hosting the photos? If it’s in Picasa, don’t use any of the codes they provide. Right click the image (in Picasa) and select “Copy Image Address”. That phrase may vary depending on the browser you use but you’ll see it. Then paste that into the code where the placeholder’s address is. Should look like this:

    Life in Singapore

    Don’t put those extra spaces in of course. I just added those just in case. Some comment boxes are fickle.

  9. Suwei 17 September 2009

    i am having the same prob in trying to change the pic in the header..the post tittle is doing well

  10. Su 23 September 2009

    resize the pic will work

    resize it till s150

  11. ndhdhu 17 October 2009

    everytime nice template but no support.

  12. Steve 22 October 2009

    I’m having trouble getting the date inserted into the post…anybody else find a solution for this?

  13. mstlouis 5 November 2009

    I was able to change the images no problem (stored on Picasa). It does involve some knowledge of html, but nothing “advanced”. I’m planning on customizing the template a little more. Maybe remove the “tape” above the images in the header, and change the colour of the highlight font from blue to a another colour.

    TIP: after you make changes to layout (e.g. add gadget), copy/paste the code from Blogger to an external document (e.g. Notepad++). If you need to reinstall the template, it won’t kill the changes you already made.

  14. s 20 November 2009

    help! how do i make the date show on posts?????? anyone?

  15. Ligia Morris 11 December 2009

    Hi – I’ve been trying to change the pics – already changed size and everything.. And if I change anything he sidebar becomes non functional – wasup?

  16. maureen 28 January 2010


    Did you ever find out how to insert the date into the blog posts? We are all wondering!

  17. maureen 29 January 2010

    Everyone, I found out one way to make the date show up, albeit not ideal (it shows up really big, like the title, but it’s all I can figure out).

    Scroll down in the html about 1/4 or 1/3 of the way and look for “Posts”. The first thing there is: {

    Change “none” to “block”.

    If anyone else knows what to change it to to make it small, like the time, then let us know.

  18. jjmaster 26 February 2010

    nice template but don’t use it

  19. sr 31 July 2010

    good template

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