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How to secure your Google account and Blogger blog?

As a part of contributions to NCSAM, I am writing this article down on what all should we be aware of with respect to Google's security aspect and how to make sure your blog stays yours forever.
What is NCSAM? It's National Cyber Security Awareness Month which is observed during the month of October every year in America.

However, we all know cyber security is a world topic and is not limited to just the USA. So let me give some tips with respect to keeping the Google account safe and Blogger blogs safe from hackers.

As I secure my account, I hope you people catch up too.

In this blog post, I am going to tell about the following,
Securing your Google account.Securing your Blogger blog. Securing your Google account Since Blogger is also part of your Google account, let's first see what all we need to do to keep our Google account safe. Don't share your password to anyone.Keep changing your password every 60 - 90 days.Make sure your password is strong enough. Have at leas…

Custom Header Blogger - For Non - Dynamic Templates

In this article am gonna say, "How to make custom header on blogger?"

  1. Go to Template => Edit HTML. Check the box "Expand Widget Templates."
  2. Press Ctrl + F. Find "locked = ".
  3. Your first suggestion will appear and the code around it will be something like this,
    <b:section class='header' id='header' maxwidgets='1' showaddelement='no'><b:widget id='Header1' locked='true' title='INFOTRON Krishna - &quot;To spread the knowledge of Computers&quot; (Header)' type='Header'>
  4. In the above code, change maxwidgets to 2, showaddelement to yes and locked = false.
  5. Now go to Layout! Click edit on "Header" gadget and "Remove." Header removed successfully!
  6. Now click "Add gadget" which is at the place of "Header". Add "HTML/Java script" gadget!
  7. Give the HTML code of your own and enjoy custom header!
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