You could use StackEdit (I'm the developer). It's a web-based Markdown editor and it allows you to publish your document (Markdown or converted HTML) on different sites. Amongst others, you can post to Blogger.
No, this is not possible.
It's not a features or manpower issue, its a server load issue, and it would affect all of us that publish or read blogs on Blogger / Google servers (ie, all bloggers). Having to check authorisation to access each individual post, for each viewer of our blog, would require code complexity, and cause unacceptable server load, and ...
The most basic form is just wrap your code with <code> tags. If you want somthing more fancy, you can use http://codeformatter.blogspot.com/. Just paste in your code beforehand and it will give you the HTML to paste on your Blogger page. It gives nice effects like alternating color lines and line numbers.
For example your example, using the defaults ...
Alex Gorbatchev's SyntaxHighlighter is one of the most commonly used by software-related blogs for code highlighting. It lists several blogs that provide steps how to integrate it with the Blogger service.
I have found the solution myself. Google used to have a feature Publish to Blogs under Publish to the Web on Google Docs/Drive and it had the option I was looking for. But sometime back Google dropped this feature very quietly and now there is no direct way.
The MathJax people recently started allowing the script to be called from their server.
I added a new post to my blog including the code you have to paste in your template html to get MathJax functionality in Blogger. With the new code you don't need to have MathJax installed in your own server.
Hope it helps.
No, you cannot change it.
If you do choose to create a new post and move the old content (best done by copy/pasting the HTML), then you could set up a custom re-direct from the old post to the new one, using the features recently introduced for this.
Sometimes I just keep the old post, and put a note at the top saying to see XXX for an update. This is ...
You shouldn't use br elements for separating paragraphs. From the HTML5 specification:
br elements must be used only for line breaks that are actually part of the content, as in poems or addresses.
A paragraph should be enclosed in a p element.
The div element doesn't add/change any meaning. At most it changes the styling of the content (via CSS; ...
Login to Blogger account.
Navigate to Design > Edit HTML
Click on Download Full Template for your security purpose.
Check the Expand Widget Templates box then..
Add the following in the <head> section of your Blogger template. Enter this code below the Home Page code above you have just entered:
<b:if cond='data:blog.url == "http://url of your ...
It is not possible to upload files other than image and video files to Blogger. You would have to use other file sharing websites like Dropbox to share such files.
Also, your Google Drive link works perfectly fine, feel free to use that link to share the same file with other people.
According to this Blogger Status Report posted in May 2011 they replicate data of all blogs across multiple sites:
Blogger maintains replicas (copies) of
blogs in multiple locations so if one
copy becomes unavailable — maybe due
to a cut network cable or loss of
power — blogs continue to remain
However, if the data you store in ...
One new option has just opened up at "Settings › Search preferences" in the Blogger interface:
Detailed here, it looks like:
Doesn't appear to allow redirection outside the domain
Not clear what the mechanism of redirection is in an HTTP sense (although it should be easy to find out)
Update: It seems you may now be able to specify a "permanent" ...
Your domain at GoDaddy points to the IP address at Blogger where your files that make up your site are located
Name - GoDaddy
Files (HTML)* - Blogger
*The DNS record is indeed at GoDaddy The HTML, settings, and much of the post-contents are indeed stored on Blogger/Google's servers. But images are stored in Picasa-web-albums (unless you've ...
I think that "Cross-posted on the Gmail Blog" on the page you refer to is just another way of saying "Same content also posted on the Gmail Blog".
Some specific platforms (e.g. Usenet) have a built-in mechanism for "cross-posting" (e.g. a way of tagging content so that it shows up in more than one context). There is no such general mechanisms for the web, ...
I just found out that if you publish your blog post containing p-tags right away instead of switching to the HTML tab first, then the p-tags stays.
Here is a body text<br />
that is wrapped in p-tags<br />
Goto HTML view.
Enter the code above.
Click the Publish button.
If you try to look at the code in the HTML ...
Put the posts that you want to be private into a separate blog, and make it private (Settings > Permissions).
If you want, put links to the private blog into the public one, along with comments about who is eligible to see it.
Just remember that private blogs may not be as secure as you think - see here for details: http://blogger-hints-and-tips....
You - or the person concerned - needs to remember enough details to convince Google that they really did create the blog.
There are links to the forgotten password process (that won't work without access to the email), and to the account recovery exam, here:
You / they ...
You can insert ads into individual posts: the trick is to turn on show break-characters instead of blank lines (I tried to spell this out here, but the HTML got interpreted!) in the post options before putting the code into the HTML tab of the post-editor.
The best way to track subscriptions is through Google Feedburner, which redirects your RSS feed. The only downside is that if you're transmitting your feed elsewhere, say a tool that posts to your Twitter or Yahoo Pipes, those bots/scripts will show up as subscribers and will skew the results slightly.
Here is a link:
Click this when you are logged into your Google account, and you will land directly on a page where you can switch back to your old Blogger profile.
See this: Blogger Help: Import and export blogs
To make a copy of your blog's posts and comments, you have to export your blog and then import it to another existing blog.
Export Your blog
To export your blog, simply click "Export Blog" from the Settings |
Then, click the Export Blog button. Your blog will be stored as a
Facebook automatically parses out some text it thinks is important from your website. Certain Open Graph Tags are respected to figure out what content to show.
If you have control over the HTML on your blogspot website, I recommend placing a few Open Graph tags to give some meta-data about your page.
Yes, it's true. If you have a Google+ account, any image that is 2048 x 2048 pixels or smaller will not count against your total storage limit. If you do not have a Google+ account, any image that is 800 x 800 pixels or smaller will not count.