Sunday, 31 March 2013

How To Remove A Blogger Navbar

Leave a Comment
How To Remove A Blogger Navbar
Blogger is the most popular blog hosting service out there, for good reason. While its main competitor, WordPress, provides more powerful software, Blogger's ease of use for beginners and casual bloggers remains unparalleled. But with ease of use and no cost comes certain restrictions--for one, all Blogger blogs come with a default toolbar (called the "navbar") that sits at the top of your blogs. Luckily, there is a quick fix that removes the toolbar, giving your blog a more personal and polished look.
  1. Log in to your Blogger account and select the blog you wish to remove the toolbar from.

  2. Select the "Template" tab, followed by the "Edit HTML" subtab. A page should come up featuring an editable box full of programming code. Find the line in your template (near the bottom) that says:

  3. ]]></b:skin>

  4. Add the following line of code directly before that line of code:

  5. #navbar-iframe {

  6. Click "Save Template," then "View Blog." The toolbar should now be removed. You may have to refresh the page in order for the change to go into effect.


Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...