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Worn Wall is a free Blogger template adapted from WordPress with 3 columns, right sidebar and grunge style.
Excellent template for blogs about to write a diary.
Author: Deluxe Templates. Designer: TemplateLite.
I love this template! At the top of the page, there is a tab that says about. It doesn’t seem to work. When I click on it nothing happens. How can I get it to go to a separate page? Also, I love the WordPress theme for this template. Is there anyway to highlight the titles for this one, as you did for the Word Press one? Thanks!
This is awesome!!!!!!! Thanks for helping me pimp out the blog! SHINE—-ING!
peace and chicken grease, Los
Same question than Laura: At the top of the page, there is a tab that says about. It doesn’t seem to work. When I click on it nothing happens. How can I get it to go to a separate page?
Not the author, but know enough HTML to get by …
Near the bottom of the HTML code is a line that looks like this:
Simply change the ‘#’ to whatever link you want, and your about link shoud work!
great … the comment editor interpreted the code … trying again …
the code you’re looking for is: About
And that didn’t work either. OK…try searching for the text “About” in the code, it should be enclosed in tags like li and /li, and there should be a # in there … that’s what you’re looking for …
Schtupid comment HTML interpreter ;-P
I found an easy solution here http://www.deluxetemplates.net/
Go to the section that says – Blogger Help Posts. Then click on how to edit menu links. From there it will take you step by step on how to fix the ‘about’ problem.
Thank you goofdad, about now works perfectly :)
Hi, I want to add a picture instead of the headline but everything on the page moves around when I tried to. The posts went to the right and the archive went to the bottom. Is it impossible to add your own logotype to this template? I tried different sizes on the picture but nothing seems to work.
esta muy buena
I’m looking to change the address for the RSS feed button and can’t seem to find the place to put in the address.
I thought I found it here:
but if I mess with that at all, it prevent s the icon from being clicked.
oops that obviously won’t show up, but oh well
How do you change in the html the font and size of “home” and “about” or any other page put in the horizontal bar above the blog post?
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