Yesterday, In a blog post Blogger Product Manager Siobhan Quinn wrote,”We’re thrilled to announce that the Blogger Template Designer has launched to Blogger in Draft, our experimental playground where users can try out Blogger’s latest features. The Template Designer brings a new level of customization to your blog.'”
In the Template Designer, you’ll find:
- 15 new professional templates to start from (and more on their way)
- Custom blog layouts with one, two and three columns
- Hundreds of professional background images from iStockphoto
- Customizable colors, fonts, and more!
Yes Of course, Blogger has done awesome job. It lets you customize your template in a single click. Blogger has provided 15 new professional templates, but you can customize it in a such way, that no one template can have same color, layout and structure.
Try It Out
Go to http://draft.blogger.com/ to log in to Blogger in Draft. (If you’ve never been there before, Blogger in Draft is just like regular Blogger, except with new, in-development features like this one.) Click on your blog’s “Layout” link to go to the Layout tab. The link to the Template Designer is at the end of the row of sub-tabs.
You can use the live preview to see your new template without affecting your blog. When you find a new look that you’re happy with, just click the “Apply to Blog” button to publish it to the world. Note: You can backup your existing template ahead of time by going to Layout > Edit HTML. We recommend this if you have a customized blog design that you might want to go back to.
Classic template blogs: If you have a “Template” link or tab instead of “Layout,” you’ll first need to switch from Classic to Layouts before you can try out the Template Designer. Go toClassic > Customize Design and follow the instructions there. You’ll need to switch to one of our old templates first, but then you’ll be able to use the Template Designer to pick a new one.