Basics of Blogger’s Dashboard Settings – dummies
Blog software, as a rule, is quite customizable. As the owner of the blog, you can decide a number of things about the way your blog looks and works, and you can control those elements from the control panel — called the Dashboard in Blogger — of your blog software. Most blog software packages work […]
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Blogger lets you safely store thousands of posts, photos, and more with Google for free. Join millions of others Whether sharing your expertise, breaking news, or whatever’s on your mind, you’re in good company on Blogger.
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The blog url is still up and the content is still readable, but there’s no access to the dashboard or any way to post new articles. Google user recommended this
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Your Blogger Dashboard opens. Tip. You may need to click More in the pop-up to see the Blogger icon. Signing in on Your Blog Page Image Credit: Image courtesy of Google To sign in from your blog, click the Sign In link from the top-right corner of the page. You’ll be redirected to a Google sign-in page.
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Note: New browser versions are frequently released.Make sure to keep your browser updated to the latest version for best results. Fix issues with custom domain setup. If you have a problem with Blogger, see info on troubleshooting issues.
Changes Made To Blogger (Blogspot) Dashboard By Google …
Dear Blogspot users, I hope you have seen the changes made to Blogger (Blogspot) dashboard about a month ago. If you have not, don’t be scared. The changes to blogger come with no harm. It is not uncommon that some Blogspot users do not have full understanding of how Blogger dashboard works.
How To Create A Free Blog On BlogSpot
Now your blog is created, but you are not done yet! There are a few settings that you need to set on your newly created BlogSpot blog to make it easy to use. You are now on the BlogSpot dashboard where you will see your blog’s backend. From here you can go to “Settings” and make changes to improve your blog’s visibility.
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