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tanramion

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:tazz: hey! i need some help regarding my blog (http://tanramion.blogspot.com) you see, i've been using blogger as my blog host for some time now and i've been using their pre-febricated template for my blog....
i've been trying to make my own website "template" using ms publisher... my problem is that i don't know how to make it functional and how to use my own template while still using the blogger engine.... ;)

i've uploaded some of the files in http://www.ripway.com :)

my BIGGEST problem now is how to "link" those files to the blogger template editor.... without using COMPLICATED HTML stuff since i only have minimal html knowledge... (even my signature at the bottom doesn't work here) ehehe.... ;)

or would you advice that i buy the idiot's guide to html before i do this thing? :)

i hope i get this over with by the end of the summer. :)
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tanramion

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i'm such a loser when it comes to html!
all i know how to use are the text formatting stuff like bold color center blah blah, <p>, <br>, <li>, <ul>, <a href..., <ul> codes....
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Kinda late on this, but all your stuff is called in the html code like this :

1) http://www.blogblog....lue/bg_body.gif
2) http://www.blogblog....ader_bottom.gif

etc., etc. for background layout and you will have to do the same if you want to use other templates.

There are a lot of free templates out there and I would use them, but you will have to learn how to redo the entire page to adapt your new template.

Try a WYSIWYG Editor. Nvu is a free one to try out.

Ron
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