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Choco Theme 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.

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3.9 out of 5 based on 35 bloggers and 35 commenters.
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  1. Devon 25 February 2010
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    No matter what I save the date header format as it still comes up as ‘UNDEFINED’ why?

  2. ilma 7 March 2010
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    hi..i’ll try to help you with the date. you have to change the timestamp format, into (ex : sunday, march 1, 2010) format, then you’ll get the date..enjoyed..

    thanks for the template, it looks great for me..!!!

  3. Afshan Anwar 12 March 2010
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    I just want to know that how to enter in admin panel. where is the link to insert posts and edit it.

    Any expert please help me.

    I m waiting
    Afshan Anwar

  4. Steph 18 March 2010
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    I’m having the same issue as Devon. I’ve tried the date thing but nothing seems to be working.

    Any other suggestions?

  5. Steph 18 March 2010
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    Whups, there we go. Timestamp is different than date header. Didn’t see that.

    Thanks ilma!

  6. bryan fusilier 20 March 2010
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    I just installed the latest update to your theme and it destroyed my entire site. I can’t even get into wp-admin to switch out the theme. My site is completely dead now and my hosting service says the only thing I can do is un-install wordpress and then re-install, which means I lose over a years worth of work and posts!!!

    Please help!!!

    Bryan

  7. bryan fusilier 20 March 2010
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    This is the error message that is displayed when you try to access my site now:

    Warning: include_once(lib/theme-options/theme-options.php) [function.include-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/content/f/u/s/fusilierb/html/bryanfusilier/wp-content/themes/chocotheme/functions.php on line 14

    Warning: include_once() [function.include]: Failed opening ‘lib/theme-options/theme-options.php’ for inclusion (include_path=’.:/usr/local/php5/lib/php’) in /home/content/f/u/s/fusilierb/html/bryanfusilier/wp-content/themes/chocotheme/functions.php on line 14

    Fatal error: Class ‘wp_option’ not found in /home/content/f/u/s/fusilierb/html/bryanfusilier/wp-content/themes/chocotheme/options/theme-options.php on line 15

    How do I fix this without re-installing????

  8. Annemarie 22 March 2010
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    Is there a way to add the year to my date?

    I love this template.

    ~Annemarie

  9. Claudia 22 March 2010
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    Bryan:
    You’re completely wrong. This site is for Blogger Templates only. So, we cannot give support for WordPress users 😉

  10. bryan fusilier 22 March 2010
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    my bad

  11. Flávia Assunção 22 March 2010
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    can someone please help me with the date? i’ve already changed the timestamp but nothing is working!!
    do i have to do something on the html?
    thanks

  12. Dave 24 March 2010
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    i don’t even know how to access or change the timestamp, can anybody help me please?

  13. Dave 24 March 2010
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    back again, ive already change the timestamp, but it’s still not working, any html?

  14. Erica 24 March 2010
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    I’m having date header/timestamp issues as well. Could someone please specify where to change and what to change it to?

    Thank you,
    Erica

  15. iloveblogging 30 March 2010
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    I can’t seem to find the words “timestamp” in my html to make the date work – can you tell me exactly where it is or how to make that work?

    thanks!

  16. iloveblogging 30 March 2010
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    I can’t seem to find the words “timestamp” in my html to make the date work as suggested above – can you tell me exactly where it is or how to make that work?

    thanks!

  17. Claudia 31 March 2010
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    Guys:
    You don’t need to find the word “timestamp” in HTML edition. It is simpler than it looks: Just go to Setting / Formatting / Timestamp format and change the hour to the date today (Wednesday, March 31, 2010).

  18. iloveblogging 31 March 2010
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    Claudia – thank you so much for your response! However, I went in and changed it – but the date still does not come up – any other suggestions?

    thanks

  19. Claudia 1 April 2010
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    iloveblogging:
    Ensure you changed the timestamp format (the hour), not the date.

  20. Jokey 12 April 2010
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    Hi,

    I had the same problems like Bryan but I was able to fix two of them, there was just a wrong path inside the functions.php.

    However I got still that error:

    Fatal error: Class ‘wp_option’ not found in … /wp-content/themes/chocotheme/options/theme-options.php on line 15

    and I cannot figure it out.
    Is there any possibility to help me? I has already checked Google and found a lot of blogs with this error, but nobody can help me for the moment.

    Thanks a lot in advanced

  21. Andy 16 April 2010
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    I’d like to show the author etc of the posts. is there a code snipet i can add to a templete file somewhere?

  22. Josette 21 April 2010
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    Claudia: Thanks for the tip on solving the date problem! 🙂

  23. Ursus 23 August 2010
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    @Andy: I found the solution to show the author. You can modify the theme: select the index.php file and search for this part of it: “by ”
    As you can see, this line is between comment tags ( marks). Delete those tags, and the authors will be shown.

    Repeat it in the single.php file.

  24. Ursus 23 August 2010
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    Sorry, I made a mistake… I have to put in spaces…

    @Andy: I found the solution to show the author. You can modify the theme: select the index.php file and search for this line:

    < ! – – by – – >

    As you can see, this line is between comment tags ( marks). Delete those tags, and the authors will be shown.

    Repeat it in the single.php file.

  25. Ursus 23 August 2010
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    Again. Sorry.

    @Andy: I found the solution to show the author. You can modify the theme: select the index.php file and search for this line:

    <!– by –>

    As you can see, this line is between comment tags ( marks). Delete those tags, and the authors will be shown.

    Repeat it in the single.php file.

  26. Ursus 23 August 2010
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    Sorry, the html tags didn’t appear well. Here is my comment, readable:

    http://pastebin.com/5zfCMygw

  27. abhiroopb 6 December 2010
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    I really like this theme and I have been using it for quite some time on my Blog.

    However, I was wondering if there was any way to add a author name, date and time under the title of the blog post.

    Thanks!

  28. Claudia 6 December 2010
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    @abhiroopb: Go to Design/Edit HTML, click on “Expand widget templates” and find the following code:

    
    	<div class='entry'>
    <data:post.body/>    
    <div class='cl'/>
      <div style='clear: both;'/> <!-- clear for photos floats -->
    </div>

    Now, add this code above that code:

    
    <br/><div><span class='post-author vcard'>
            <b:if cond='data:top.showAuthor'>
              <data:top.authorLabel/>
              <span class='fn'><data:post.author/></span>
            </b:if>
          </span>
       <span class='post-timestamp'>
            <b:if cond='data:top.showTimestamp'>
              <data:top.timestampLabel/>
            <b:if cond='data:post.url'>
              <data:post.timestamp/>
            </b:if>
            </b:if>
          </span> <b:if cond='data:post.dateHeader'>
    <script>var ultimaFecha = '<data:post.dateHeader/>';</script>
    <data:post.dateHeader/>
    <b:else/>
    <script>document.write(ultimaFecha);</script>
    </b:if>
    </div>
    <br/>

    Save changes.

  29. abhiroopb 6 December 2010
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    @Claudia:

    Thanks for the quick response.

    I was actually hoping for something that looks like this: http://img63.imageshack.us/img63/7145/postinfo.png

    Currently, the info panel at the bottom of a post on the ChocoTheme looks like this: http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/7363/currentinfo.png

    Any help in adding the author and other information onto the information panel would be greatly appreciated.

  30. Luong Thien Khoi 12 April 2011
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    Hi all:
    To display the correct date format, note that “Date Header Format” and “Timestamp Format” have to the same formatting: “Tuesday, March 24, 2009”

    Good luck to you

  31. navneet 6 December 2011
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    I have set it up both Date Header Format” and “Timestamp Format” have to the same formatting but no change Plsease help

  32. Tom 14 February 2012
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    I like this template, and use it with my Norwegian blogg.
    Looks nice, dont you think?

  33. anurag 12 March 2012
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    it is good templates i should use it on my new blog …
    thaxxx…

  34. Munieyapen 3 April 2012
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    Hi there,

    I open the xml file in wordpad, ctrl +A, and pasti it to the html editer in blogspot.
    its giving error :

    error code: bX-hzyc3i

    not able to save the template..
    any help pls..
    thanks

  35. Pravat Rai 15 April 2014
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    Can anybody tell me how to remove the boder that comes up around an image by default? I don’t like this border and i have been trying to figure out how to get rid of it, but not been successful.
    Thanks

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