When I start
blogging on blogger, I used to run my blog on blogger’s default templates. But
as I started learning more about blogging I feel that default templates are not
so much attractive and professional. They are even not search engine optimized
because they all was designed many years ago and don’t even updated a single
time after that. Search engines like Google has updated its search algorithms
many times and they are continuously updating to improve search results and
user’s experience. That’s why it is very important for us as a blogger that we
used a SEO friendly template for our blog. We should change our blog’s default
theme with any third party templates. That’s why today I bring a tutorial to
help newbie bloggers so that they can learn how to change template in blogger.
Change Blogger Template
To change your
blog template first you need to download a template from internet which you
want to apply to your blog. There are many sources of blogger template on the
internet from where you can get lot of professional templates easily for free.
Just go to Google and search for “Blogger Templates” and download a template of
your choice. Once you have your template, perform below steps.
1.Log in to your Blogger
2.Now click on the drop down
menu and choose Template.
3.Press Backup/Restore button
located at the top right corner.
4.First you should download
your existing template as a backup. So, click on “Download full template”
5.Now click on Choose File
button and choose your new template which you want to apply to your blog.
6.Once you select your
template, simply click on Upload button for final step.
7.Template will changed
Note:If you just started your blog then you must read below tutorials
to improve your blog performance.
Windows8 complete installation Guide with clear images.
1. Getting started
After booting from the DVD that the first
thing I encountered was the new light blue Windows logo on a black
background, as shown in Figure A. This image remained on the screen for a
few moments while Setup was initializing. I was kind of hoping that the
flag would be animated, but the only animation was the dots spinning in
2. After a few minutes, you'll see the Windows Setup screen shown in Figure
B and you will specify your language settings before clicking Next.
When you do, Setup will perform some more initialization tasks in the
3. The first step in the installation is to specify your language settings.
As soon as the initial steps are taken
care of, you'll see the Windows Setup screen shown in Figure C and will
click the Install Now button.
4. Collecting Information
Once you click the Install now button,
you'll see the beginning of the information collection phase of the
installation procedure. As you can see in Figure D, the first step here
is to input the Windows 8 product key.
5. You'll enter your product key to start the information collection phase of the installation procedure.
The next step is to acknowledge that you
accept the license terms, as shown in Figure E. If you take the time to
read through them, you will see that Microsoft has indeed radically
overhauled EULA as Ed Bott over at ZDNet wrote about in a recent column. Even if you don't take the time to read the license terms during the installation, once you have installed Windows 8,
you can find the Microsoft Software License Agreement in the Windows
Help and Support system - just search with the term License. Not only is
the license shorter in length, but it is also much clearer and easier
6. The new EULA is much easier to read that previous versions.
When you are prompted to choose which
type of installation you want to perform, as shown in Figure F, you'll
choose Custom: Install Windows only (advanced) type in order to perform a
clean install of Windows 8.
7. In order to perform a clean install of Windows 8, you'll select the Custom option.
When you are prompted to choose where you
want to install Windows, as shown in Figure G, you'll see a list of any
partitions that are currently on your hard disk. As you can see in my
example system there are actually four separate partitions. You may have
a different combination depending on your system.
8. On you example system there are four partitions that I will be blowing away.
To begin blowing away partitions, you
start by clicking Drive options (advanced). When you do so, you'll see a
list of commands for managing partitions.
9. When you click Drive options (advanced), you'll see a list of commands for managing partitions.
Now, you'll select each of the
partitions, one by one, and select the Delete command. When you do,
you'll see a confirmation prompt like the one shown in Figure I. Just
click OK to delete the partition.
10. As you delete each partition, you'll be prompted to confirm the operation.
Once you delete each of the existing
partitions, you'll see that all of the space will be combined together
in one chunk labeled Unallocated Space, as shown in Figure J. While you
could create a new partition and format it, you don't have to. Windows 8 will automatically take care of that in the next step. So just go ahead and click Next.
11. Installing Windows
When you click Next, Setup creates the
partition, formats it, and then instantly moves into the Installing
Windows phase which begins with copying and getting files ready for the
installation, as shown in Figure K. This process will take a while to
progress though, so you can sit back and relax a bit.
12. The Installing Windows stage begins with copying files from the DVD to the hard disk.
When this phase of the process is
complete, Windows will alert you that it is going to restart in order to
continue, as shown in Figure L. If you are really impatient and really
quick, you can click the Restart now button.
13. Windows will restart after the first part of the process is complete.
Upon restarting you'll see the black
screen with the blue Windows logo and see that Setup is getting devices
ready, as shown in Figure M. As soon as that part of the process is
complete, Windows will alert you that it is going to restart again
14.Windows Setup will get all installed devices ready to work with Windows 8.