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Backing up template


  1. Log in to blogger.
  2. Go to Dashboard > Template > Backup/Restore > Download Full Template
    • Save the template in your hard disk.
    • At this position your blog template is backed up

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    1. On my dashboard there is NO TAB for Design. There is no tab for Template or Layout either. Is this a design flaw that I can't get around until someone fixes it on the other end? Thanks.

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      1. Yeah! Something like that! Are you just author of the site and admin is someone else? If so, you can't see these tabs.

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    2. I have a lot of errors in my template so I want to totally restore the template to default template, can you help??

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    3. Hey, I have a problem.. Some days ago I deleted a widget called "page list" but now I want to add it again and it appears like "already added". What should I do? I didn't understand the last instructions you wrote..

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    4. how to remove facebook widget? i have mistakenly added 2 facebook widget....

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      1. Go to Dashboard => Layouts and find the duplicate widget. Click edit and remove it.

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    5. When I open my blog then why showing pop up that telling Authentication Required (A username and password are being requested by https://gj37765.googlecode.com. The site says: Google Code Subeversion Repository") and another problem is that when I log in to my blog and go to template-edit HTML but suddenly my blog turning into yahoo homepage. i did not understand that what is this problem appearing to me so please help me out to solve this problem. It will be highly appreciated.

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      1. You must give a read to this Hopefully! Your blog is being hijacked due to 3rd party widgets/codes that you added!
        Blogger Blogs Being Hijacked By The Sociable Gadget - The Real Blogger Status

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