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How to see dynamic views without Changing to dynamic template?

In this article. am gonna tell, how to view the dynamic templates of your blogger blog without applying them.



Step 1 : Type your blog URL in the address bar. For example,
http://iktester.blogspot.com/(It is of a non-dynamic template, by default)

Step 2 : After the slash there, near the .com type the following, " view/magazine." Now the URL you typed will be something like this,

http://iktester.blogspot.com/view/magazine

Step 3: After typing press Enter. The non - dynamic template which you have as default in the blog will appear as a dynamic template blog. Simple.

The views available,
  1. Classic(http://iktester.blogspot.com/view/classic)
  2. Flipcard(http://iktester.blogspot.com/view/flipcard)
  3. Magazine(http://iktester.blogspot.com/view/magazine)
  4. Mosaic(http://iktester.blogspot.com/view/mosaic)
  5. Sidebar(http://iktester.blogspot.com/view/sidebar)
  6. Snapshot(http://iktester.blogspot.com/view/snapshot)
  7. Timeslide(http://iktester.blogspot.com/view/timeslide)

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