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 ...
It is called Navbar in Blogger
To switch it off , go to Layout Tab in the Blogger Dashboard , there click the Edit button of the Navbar widget (It normally present in the Upper right corner) and select the Off option (See Screenshot below) and Save
Yes. Edit your template, and find this code:
Replace it with
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>
That is the link to the Google Drive image viewer, rather than a link to the image itself. If you check the URL for the image when you visit that link, you get an URL like:
That's not useful. You need to do a little URL manipulation of your original URL to be able to hotlink it. You need ...
I'll rewrite @pajju's answer, because this was the path I chose and I think it works well, although I'll include examples. The source page is this: http://dvdotsenko.blogspot.in/2012/08/markdown-with-blogspotcom-and-bloggercom.html
The basic idea is to write your markdown in HTML mode in a script tag:
This worked for me:
I had a blogger blog, and using Google's options, I redirected it to a real www.example.com domain.
Now, AdSense ads would not show up on my blog.
In Blogger dashboard, I clicked on Earnings.
In the main menu, I clicked on "My Ads".
The screen says, "Content > URL Channels"
On this screen, I clicked "+ New URL Channel"
The images in the folder(s) with the blog's name are the ones used.
The second part of the url contains the actual key to the image:
There is no capability to do what you want within Blogger. Both their standard export, as well as the Google Takeout export produce XML.
The only other option I can think of is some kind of screen-scraper. But TBH, scripting over the XML would probably be easier to do.
At the bottom of most Blogspot posts you will find a link like the following:
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
When you click on that it will show you a code dump. It is the RSS feed for that particular post, including all the comments.
All you need to then do is look for the comment you're interested in and then go to the first <published> that ...
Blogger does not support relative addressing, so this is not possible.
If you change your blog name, then:
Blogger will change the names of links in your Pages gadget that
point to your pages
Blogger will not change any internal links in your blog.
So you will have to manually edit each post, look at it in HTML mode and find-and-replace any links.
I'm very surprised that the photos are still in your blog after you've removed them from your Google+ gallery - are you sure that it's not just a cached version that you're seeing.
What Google have told us is that there is one set of photos, and that they can be accessed from either PWA or Google+ Photos, and of course they can be loaded (but not managed in ...
Unfortunately for you, that's not how Bloggers Error's and Redirections > Custom Redirects works: this tool can only be used to redirect one post or page within the blog's "domain" to another one within the same domain.
Eg you can redirect
To enable Follow by Email, click the Add a Gadget link from the Design -> Page Elements tab, and then select the Follow by Email gadget which should be at the top of the list.
Once you add the gadget, readers visiting your blog can then just enter their email address and click Submit.
Under Settings > Posts, Comments and Sharing > Comments ... set Comment Location to Embedded.
NB This certainly works on several of my blogs - I'm not sure if it functions the same way on all templates, though.
There is no way to prevent Blogger from doing this: the Post-editor does not support all aspects of HTML, and so some unsupported elements that you add will be removed (e.g., <p> tags), while others (e.g., tables) will be kept even though there is no way to create them in Compose mode.
I do not have a list of which HTML elements are and are not ...
The procedure and configuration options of the latest MathJax can be found in detail on its official documentation page. But users like me prefer getting a solution directly than reading the long documentations and end up coming here through Google search. The configuration of the latest version is not exactly similar to the older version which is shown ...
It is a good question and the very simple answer is: you cannot. Blogger does not support a last modified header.
This page lists all the data points available for parsing and you will soon find that the dating options are limited. It simply isn't possible.
If you are wanting to add the relevant markup to appease the Structured Data Tool then you can tell ...
I checked your blog and I see it uses Blogger Dynamic Templates. Firstly, to solve the problem with the comments not showing under the post.
Your blog doesn't have a commonly used fix in the template (its absence has known to cause issues with sidebar not appearing, comment form not appearing, custom CSS not applying). I suggest you do the following changes ...
Your images aren't stored on Blogger.com, they're most likely in Picasa-web-albums / Google+ photos if you uploaded them via the Blogger post editor.
There is absolutely no way to stop people hot-linking to them.
Try watermarking them, so you at least get some credit when they're used.
I checked your blog, comment numbers are showing instead of real comments on the blog post.
You can recover all your comments by following these steps:
First of all backup or restore your Blogger Template
Go to Blogger Dashboard > Template > Edit HTML
Click on "Revert widget templates to default" button, appears in right mid.
A window will open, check the ...
You've hit a hard limit here. You can have a public blog or a private one. If you have a private one, you can send up to 100 invitations to people to read it.
Your only option would be for some readers to share the same password - but this would annoy them if they had to sign out of their own Google account and into the shared one to read. And if you ...
There's no way to do what you want just using jump-breaks.
An alternative to to remove the jumpbreaks from your posts, and use Feedburner's Summary-feed service to delivery just the first part of your content. to do this:
Set up a feed for your blog in Feedburner.com (and of course make it
possible to subscribe to this feed from your blog).
In the ...
While it's possible to use files stored in Google Drive as website resources at this time it's not officially supported and should not be used for websites that have a lifespan beyond August 31, 2016.
The instructions to publish Google Drive files as website content are in Publish Website Content - Google Drive REST API but according ...
What you pasted is only a partial section of a declaration, but what the full declaration you pasted seems to do is declare an array variable containing a string containing what could very plausibly be hex code...
Looking at the full code I would suggest that context will be key in this case, as it would seem unusual for a blog to need to be throwing about ...
You have Google+ comments enabled for the blog. This means that if a person who leaves a comment on your blog has got their privacy settings such that only people in certain circles can see what they write, and you are not in one of those circles, then you will not be able to see the comments.
I agree that it seems mad that you cannot see all the ...
I've found a simple way to do this:
Sign in to Blogger.
In the left menu, click Reading list .
In the top right, click Edit .
Type the URL of the blog you want to follow.
Choose whether to follow publicly or anonymously.