• What blogging platforms do your templates support?
• Once I buy a template, what happens next?
• Can I combine elements from multiple templates?
• Can I use the template on more than one blog?
• How long does it take once I place my order?
• Can I still add new sidebar content (widgets) with your templates?
• Will previously published posts, images, or comments disappear once everything is installed?
• How do I post images in a larger size if my template supports them?
• Why is my comment box not showing your styling after installation?
• Why isn’t my favicon showing up after installation?
• Can I still redirect my blog to a custom domain with one of these templates?
• What elements or widgets will I lose when the new template is installed?
• How do I use the blockquote feature?
• Can I change my navigation menu once it’s installed?
We design templates for the Blogger publishing platform (.blogspot) and WordPress (wordpress.org). Each design will specify which platform it is for. We also offer custom design options for wordpress and blogger.
Pick your template and decide if you want it customized or not before you finish checking out. Also decide if you would like to take a go at installing it yourself or if you would like us to do it for you. Once you’ve made your purchase, you will receive a zip file with all of the tools you will need to get your new design up and running! If your design comes with a header that need to be created as an image file, we will email it to you shortly after we receive your order and email it to you.
Usually. Email us to let us know what changes you were thinking about and we’ll let you know if it’s possible. This will usually cost a fee.
These templates are for single-use only – meaning that you can’t take the template we install and then apply it to another blog. If you’d like the same template on a second blog, we’ll charge you a $15 fee for a multiple use license.
For premade designs: If you want to install your design yourself, you’re all set. If you would like us to do it for you, please allow us 2-4 days to complete.
For custom designs: custom designs typically take about 2-3 weeks from beginning to end. Let us know if you have a deadline to work with and we will try to accomodate you as best as possible.
Absolutely. Your sidebars work just the same as standard templates, meaning that you can drag and drop elements or add and delete widgets.
Nope. All your content will transfer with the template.
In the new post editor, once you’ve uploaded your image, it should give you the option to select the size (small, medium, large, extra large or original size). You can either make sure that you resize your picture prior to uploading (then you’d select ‘original size’), or you can edit the HTML tab if the other options don’t give you the size you’d like. If you’re going to edit the HTML, look for the code that says ‘width’ and ‘height’. Change those numbers so that it fits into your layout – be careful not to distort your image by disproportionally changing your height or width. To make sure, you can always delete the height tag and only change the width tag.
*In order to show the styling of the colored comment box, you need to make sure your settings are such that your comments are not embedded below your posts (select either pop-up window or full-page). Ever since Blogger added the threaded comments, it changed the way your comments appear. If you still want your comments embedded below your posts and you want to do threaded comments, then your box will show a white background.*these directions are for blogger
Your favicon will show up to new visitors, but because you’ve visited your site before, your browser will have saved the old ugly Blogger B and you’ll need to clear your cache in order to see it. If you don’t want to clear your cache, you can just wait a couple of days and your browser will eventually refresh your favicon.
If you have hard coded some widgets into your code, you might lose them. For example, if you’ve placed Google Analytics into your blog or LinkWithin, Disqus, or a visitor tracker, you might need to add those elements back in. There’s also a possibility that you might lose some of your widgets. If you have any you especially want to keep, either back them up prior to installation, or let us know which ones you want us to save.
Highlight the text that you want to put in your blockquote. Then click on the quote symbol that’s in your compose window – by the bullet list icon. If you’re still confused, check out our picture tutorial.
Yes. For wordpress: Go into your menu tab and drag in any new pages you want in there. For Blogger: select any new pages in the pages widget in the layout page.