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Ajaxify is a free blogger template adapted from WordPress with 2 columns, right sidebar, footer columns and posts thumbnails.

Excellent template for blogs about any general topic.

Download Ajaxify for free in BTemplates.

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3.8 out of 5 based on 75 bloggers and 16 commenters.
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16 Comments, leave a reply »
  1. Muhammad Nur Aziz 27 March 2013

    wooow. . .This is a nice template

  2. Marcio 27 March 2013

    I liked a lot this template, but I just can’t make it fit at my blog, and the tools of the templates panel shows me a message saying that they’re not avaluable for this template.

    There’s anything I can do about?
    (I don’t understand pretty much (close to nothing) about CSS and html).

  3. Lum 6 May 2013

    hi all when i post something in left of post is a little pic, it says undefin how can i delete this

  4. ahmad 19 July 2013

    why the date undefined ?

  5. amy 26 July 2013

    Love the template…but has anyone got a resolution to why the date is undefined? I’m learning HTML…I think I’d be better off just making my own template…. -___-
    too bad this is the most impressive one I have seen.

  6. Amy 30 July 2013

    It’s not a template issue.
    Go to Settings > Time / date > change “Stamp” to a date that is ordered Day, Number, Year.

    • Steve 16 August 2013

      Sorry, maybe I am just not seeing it, but I did change the time stamp for nearly a thousand times – and same result as mentioned above.

      Anyone able to help?

  7. Erika 31 July 2013

    Changing the date stamp does not resolve the issue. Just tried it. 🙁

  8. Guido 4 September 2013

    Hi there, thanks for the template, I’m trying it out in my site and looks really nice :)I like having the complete posts instead of the “Read More” style… is there a way to remove this?
    also, I would like to have a bit more space in between posts, what css property should I be looking for? thanks for the awesome job, cheers from buenos aires!

  9. Josh 27 March 2014

    Changing the timestamp worked for me. Here is what I did:

    1. Went to Settings > Language and Formatting
    2. Changed “Timestamp Format” (NOT “Date Header Format”) to the one that looks like this “Thursday, March 27, 2014”

    The issue is some poorly written Javascript that relies on the date coming back exactly like that (with the commas and everything). Of course, the blogger API could be nicer and offer those date pieces in separate properties.

    • Guido 27 March 2014

      Hi Josh, maybe you can help me out with something else I couldn’t solve
      The tags from each post responded to those in the preview version of the template, and I couldn’t find a way to make it show my own tags (you’ll see I removed them from my site)
      If you know how to solve this it would be greatly appreciated.

  10. ASTROLOGY SUPPORT 4 August 2014

    nice site thkx for share it

  11. SWAMI JI 4 August 2014

    great job

  12. pandit k.k. shastri 4 August 2014

    great site..

  13. haaji baba 4 August 2014

    this is a vry nice site

  14. Alex 9 January 2015

    Hello, this is a great template, but on the left side under the big date the links “Posted by”, “Posted in” and “comments” can not be edited, why? If I press on them I go on uncontrolled web sites.

    Please, someone has any idea?

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