Posted by Alfian J. on 12:39 PM with 13 comments
Do you want to change your Newer Posts and Older Posts with your Post titles? We always see this trick only in wordpress blogs. But now, you can apply it into your blog. It also can attract more reader because they can stop to see your post title. Let's try it. Just in 3 steps.
|Example : After apply the hack code|
Posted by Alfian J. on 4:49 PM with 20 comments
Do you want to change the width and height of blogger comment box to make it look nice and fit your post page width. You only need to modify this code.
Posted by Alfian J. on 10:24 AM with 9 comments
Bookmark page is serves to store page that you like in the browser's bookmarks. If visitors are interested with the content of your site, they will bookmark your blog/website. It will be easier to track website visitors easily. However, you can add a widget to make this bookmarking process more easier and with some style. Only use a Bookmark Site Script. See demo.
Do you wanna add it into your blog? Here we go..
Posted by Alfian J. on 7:28 PM with 2 comments
You feel more comfortable reading with big or small font? Some likes big font and there is also like a small font. Some of your blog visitors may be not comfortable with the font used in your blog. So you can add a Font Resizer widget on your blog.
Only use a simple script. Let's start :
Posted by Alfian J. on 9:40 PM with No comments
Breadcrumb navigation? What is breadcrumb navigation? Definition of breadcrumb :
Breadcrumbs or breadcrumb trail is a navigation aid used in user interfaces. It gives users a way to keep track of their location within programs or documents. - Wikipedia.
Breadcrumb navigation looks something like this :
Do you like it? Wanna add Breadcrumb in your blog? Let's do it.
Posted by Alfian J. on 10:02 PM with 3 comments
Do you want to tell/notify something to your blog readers with a more efficient way? What if you use "Floating Notification Bar" script to notify your friends. What is "Floating Bar Notification"? See demo.
Interested? Follow this tutorial to add the script.
Posted by Alfian J. on 11:54 PM with 9 comments