Saturday, April 18, 2009

Free Blogger Template Coffee Desk

Coffee Desk is a free notebook style Blogger Blogspot template converted from Wordpress by Falcon Hive. Coffee Desk is ideal for a personal blog with its desktop theme. This Blogger template comes with an attractive 3 column layout and customized date feature.

Coffee Desk - Free Blogger Template - 3 column, fixed width, 2 right sidebars, customized date feature, navigation menu, notebook style post section, rss subscribe button in footer, green, light, desktop theme, coffee theme
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FEATURES
Designed By: Template Lite
Converted to Blogger By: Falcon Hive

3 columns
2 Right Sidebars
Fixed Width
Navigation menu
Notebook style post section
Coffee Cup header image
Internet Explorer 8 Compatible
Green
Light
RSS Subscribe
Customized Date
Free to use with credit link intact

4 comments:

  1. I finally got this thing loaded, you may want to specify in the Read me that you need to find the Image-link-here over and over. My probelm is the dates are showing up undifined on my blog, walkininsunshine blogspot. Any help would be appreciated.

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  2. Hi Valerie. To set up the date on this template do the following:

    1. In Blogger go to Settings > Formatting
    2. Under Timestamp Format (4th heading down) use the drop down menu to choose the 4th date selection eg 'Friday, 25 December, 2009'
    3. Save your changes

    Good luck!

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  3. Plookiss you need to set up the template before you can use it. This involves setting up the top navigation menu, the date format and the orange RSS button in the footer.

    1. To set up the navigation menu:
    Go to Layout > Page Elements.
    Click edit on the menu and then configure for the links for your blog. For instance to set up home enter:
    http://yourblogname.blogspot.com

    for this blog I would enter: free-blogger-templates-blogspot instead of yourblogname
    Save Changes

    2. To Set Up the Date
    Go to Settings > Formatting
    Under Timestamp Format (4th heading down) use the drop down menu to choose the 4th date selection eg 'Friday, 25 December, 2009'
    Save your changes

    3. To Set Up the RSS Link in the Footer
    Go to Layout > Edit HTML.
    Use search mode [CTRL+F3] to find
    a href=’RSS-LINK-HERE’ title=’RSS Feed’
    Edit to your RSS link. Default feed is:
    http://yourblogname/posts/feeds/default

    Good Luck!

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