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I did a bit more digging and found that the orange loader image is injected with JavaScript in a JS file classic.js. In that file the code loads HTML templates and compiles them with a templating engine: blogger.templates().compile('{template:BasicCSS}\n{CoreCSS}\n{ButtonCSS}... In one of the templates is the animated orange image as a CSS base 64 image. ...


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Under “template” there is a button called “Backup & Restore”. You can also load a backup from one blog into another, and it seems to work. The target blog’s widgets will become the same as the source blog, but the old widget settings on the target will persist.


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You can use pseudo class :first-child to select first post title as the following .post:first-child .post-title a { color: red } Update: If elements are not in the same container you can use javaScript selector Add this before </body> tag to select the first .post-title <script> document.querySelector('.post-title a').style.color = 'red'; ...


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I used this code to disable the right mouse click & text non-highlightable. In Blogger Go to Layout>>> Add a Gadget >> Select HTML/JavaScriptAdd Then paste a code in it. <script language='JavaScript'> function disableselect(e){ return false } function reEnable(){ return true } document.onselectstart=new Function ("return false") if (window....


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There is no way to do this, without using the Edit Template function. Even if you copy the template code from one blog to another, it only works properly if the widgets are added in exactly the same order (so that HTML2 on one blog is the same as HTML2 on the other) - and even then, the widget settings need to be manually re-created.


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There are two Blogger template styles - old (original) & new (makes it easier to add widgets). Assuming both the blogs use the same layout style, you can copy the template from the first blog to the second. From the Blogger Dashboard, you can click on the Template or Design tab & copy the HTML of the first blog over the second through the Edit HTML ...


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After a couple of weeks of looking around, it seems there's no step-by-step guide or something similar to do this. Instead I ended up rolling my own blog from scratch using a static generator called hyde.


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