Posts from the ‘blogspot tricks’ Category

How to disable right click on the blog,prevent your blog from content thief

1.sign in to your blog–>design tab–>add widge—>html/javascript
3.copy this code and paste it there.

    <script language=”JavaScript”>

    //Disable right mouse click Script
    //By Maximus ( w/ mods by DynamicDrive
    //For full source code, visit

    var message=”Function Disabled!”;

    function clickIE4(){
    if (event.button==2){
    return false;

    function clickNS4(e){
    if (document.layers||document.getElementById&&!document.all){
    if (e.which==2||e.which==3){
    return false;

    if (document.layers){
    else if (document.all&&!document.getElementById){

    document.oncontextmenu=new Function(“alert(message);return false”)

    // –>
    </script> the save button…

If u found this useful please comment here..

Add number index to blog

So many friends asked me about how can i add number index at the bottom of blog.Really at that time i was helpless.But now,you can add index number by using a language called css.
The following code will make you link to any page,with stylish buttons and images.

Copy this code and paste in your Blog Post.

<style id=”page-skin-1″ type=”text/css”>
.navigation {
padding:5px 0;
font-family:Tahoma, Arial;
.navigation a {
font-family:”Trebuchet MS”, Arial, Tahoma;
padding:0 .35em 0 .35em;
border:1px solid #000000}
.navigation a:visited {
font-family:”Trebuchet MS”, Arial, Tahoma;
padding:0 .35em 0 .35em;
border:1px solid #730000}
.navigation .null{
font-family:”Trebuchet MS”, Arial, Tahoma;
padding:0 .35em 0 .35em;
border:1px solid #000000}
.navigation a:hover, .navigation a:active {
border:1px solid #000000;
.navigation {

<div align=”center” class=”navigation”>

<span style=”color: #00a600;”><b>Go To Page</b></span> <a href=”; rel=”nofollow”>1</a> <a href=”; rel=”nofollow”>2</a> <a href=”; rel=”nofollow”>3</a> <a href=”; rel=”nofollow”>4</a> </div>

Change email for blogger login

You can change your old blogger login email to new email id..
If you want to use a different email address, whether gmail or other email address, to access Blogger, all you have to do is to

sign into Dashboard and
and add yourself with the new email address as an author.

A invitation would be arrived in your new email address.Better open it in new browser and accept this.
Now go back to your Blogger account in the other browser where you are still logged in and in the PERMISSION tab. You should see your other email address added as an author. Give yourself admin rights. Now if you are sure that you have added yourself with the new email address, you may remove yourself with the old email address if you wish.
Now onwards you can use the new gmail address to Login the Blogger.

Get Paid to Write Reviews on Blog

  Even though there are many easy way to make money through our blog,now paid to write reviews on blog.The downside with using Google AdSense and trying to sell private ad spots is your blog must have enough traffic to generate the clicks or page impressions.I guess most of your blog can’t get more than 100 visitors per aren’t make money from those.If you haven’t heard of writing reviews on your blog to generate a decent stream of income then you might want to check it out.

How does writing reviews make me money?
It’s actually easier than you think. The first step is to sign up with a blog review network and submit your blog. Some of these companies have rules in place like the age of your blog (at least 6 months old, etc), where it’s hosted (blogspot, wordpress, etc), and page rank. They try to weed out spam blog sites which are usually not very old or of good quality. Make sure you read the fine print before you spend your time applying only to find out you don’t qualify.
Assuming your blog is approved, you can now browse the review marketplace looking for reviews to write about or another option is to wait for someone to approach you. I recommend you be the aggressor and sift through the marketplace so you can start making money asap.
Once you find a review you’d like to write about and meet the criteria to qualify, just take it and begin. You’ll create your blog post and follow the requirements of the reviewer, then submit it for approval. After it’s approved, you get paid. Pretty easy huh?

What blog review networks do you recommend?

 There are several companies out there who pay you to write reviews on your blog but only two of them are worth talking about in my opinion. They are Sponsored Reviews and Pay Per Post.

Sponsored Reviews is great because they allow you to search for advertisers directly and bid on jobs. Their bidding system allows you to negotiate rates with advertisers in order to maximize your earnings. They also provide the largest payout of all review networks by only taking a 35% commission for their services. That means you can earn anything from $10 to 500+ for each review. Their user interface is one of the better ones out there and the only drawback to their service is the lack of advertisers. I’m sure it will continue to grow it’s advertising base so they are at least worth a look.
One other perk is their affiliate program. Earn up to $175 per Advertiser and $90 Per Blogger referred. Payouts are based on money spent by the advertiser and money earned by the blogger. See the chart below for payouts. Their average advertiser spends several hundred dollars so most referrals will be worth at least $25 (according to their website).

You’ll then want to put one of their ads on your site or a text link to start taking advantage of their referral bonuses. Can’t hurt to get an ad on your blog right? Get started with Sponsored Reviews now.

Next up we have PayPerPost which is another great pay for review site. They offer the largest sponsored blogging network with the greatest amount of offers along with a forum where bloggers can post questions, etc. They also pay you a $20 bonus after you complete your first review post. The review post is easy…you just need to write about PayPerPost and they give you $20. Pretty quick way to make a quick $20.
One bad thing I noticed while browsing their marketplace is the restrictions on a few of the reviews. For example, you couldn’t write a review and post it on,, or and you must be located in North America, Asia, or Europe only. That doesn’t mean if you have a blogger blog or wordpress blog using your own domain or hosted on your own site you can’t write a review. All I’m saying is make sure you read the review details carefully so you don’t waste your time writing a post only to discover you won’t get credit for it.
They also have a scoring system which might be a barrier to you on some post reviews. It’s usually the higher payouts that are looking for nice reviews from established high ranking sites. They utilize Google Page Rank and Amazon’s Alexa rankings to factor in what your site’s “score” will be.
PayPerPost also offers a referral affiliate program with some pretty nice payouts as well. You will get paid $15 for each referral once the referees first blog posting is reviewed, approved and then finally accepted 30 days later. This means they need to go all the way through the process in order for it to be a legit referral. Again, not a bad payout for just putting a banner or link on your blog. It’s cool because you can see which referrals you currently have signed up and the total amount you potentially could earn (assuming they convert all the way mentioned above).
If I were you, I’d sign up for both Sponsored Reviews and PayPerPost and see which one works best for you. There is no rule preventing you from having two accounts and writing reviews from both sites and you can promote whichever you choose. That’s what I did and it also gives you a bigger selection of available reviews to write. After you sign up, make sure you get some affiliate banners on your blog so you have another avenue to make money. Just imagine if you write a dozen or so reviews a month and get a couple referrals. You could easily earn a few hundred extra bucks a month for some pretty minimal work!
I wish these sort of sites were available when I was in college because I had tons of free time and needed to make money. I could have easily earned $500+ a month writing a couple reviews a day!
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Make a homepage to your blog

Are you ever thought about a sticky home page for your blog. ?Most of us are not ever think about a sticky homepage for our Blog.It makes our Blog more stable and gives beautiful atmosphere like other paid websites . It is so simple to do a home page for your blog ,where other websites provides large steps for it.

It needs only three steps :

There can be valid reasons when you wish to make a post which sticks on the home page of your blog. Follow the steps below:

1.Go to “Edit post” for that post that you want sticky.
2) Click on “Post Options”. You will see options as shown in this screenshot.
3) Change the “Post date” to any future date.
4) You are done.
After making a post sticky if you try installing Windows Live Writer. You would get the following error.
The style template used for editing your weblog posts could not be downloaded.You will be able to post to this Weblog, but the editor will not use your blog’s style.
While configuring your blog, WLW makes a temporary post on your blog. Now since you have made one of the posts sticky. WLW would not be able to find the temporary post it has posted and hence will throw the error shown above.
A simple solution is:
Either configure WLW before making your post sticky. OR
Change the date of your sticky post to current date and time. Configure WLW. Change the date again to future.

Add comment box to your blog

Don’t you have comment box in your Blog ?
Want to add comment box beneath your Post.It will help your readers to comment on your evry post after every read.
For this you should do some techniques in blogger.Just Follow me :

Look on “Comment from Placement” and select “Embedded below post ” .

Simply go to Layout>Edit HTML in your blog’s dashboard and check the “Expand widget templates” box. Then search for this section of code: 

<p class=’comment-footer’> <b:if cond=’data:post.allowComments’> <a expr:href=’data:post.addCommentUrl’ expr:onclick=’data:post.addCommentOnclick’><data:postCommentMsg/></a> </b:if> </p>

Replace this entire section of code with the following instead: 

<p class=’comment-footer’> <b:if cond=’data:post.embedCommentForm’> <b:include data=’post’ name=’comment-form’/> <b:else/> <b:if cond=’data:post.allowComments’> <a expr:href=’data:post.addCommentUrl’ expr:onclick=’data:post.addCommentOnclick’><data:postCommentMsg/></a> </b:if> </b:if> </p>

Then save your template. Now when you view a post page in your blog, you should see the new comment form in place!

Update: As many of you have pointed out in the comments, not all templates feature the code I’ve described above.

Luckily, Is has offered a method which is much easier to use, and has worked for every template I’ve tried so far. So if my original method isn’t working for you, try this instead:

Search for this line in your template code:

<b:include data=’post’ name=’comments’ />

Immediately after this line, add the following line of code:

<b:include data=’post’ name=’comment-form’/>

Then save your template. This method adds the required code for the comment form without having to alter the whole comment area, and is very useful if you have experienced problems using the original method Thanks for the hint, Is!

If you don’t see your comment form, make sure you have changed this setting through Blogger in Draft and have added your code in the correct place in your template.

You can see this comment form in action beneath this post. Using this comment form allows readers to comment using their Google account, OpenID, Name/URL and all of the settings previously available when using a pop-up or full page comment form (depending on the settings you have chosen).

Please let me know what you think of this new feature by leaving your comments below.

Tweet your Post

What about tweet your posts in blog.Now makes this opportunity for Bloggers.Now you can automatically update your twitter account with latest updates of your blog.For this Follow the Followed Methods.. 

Create a account in with OpenID .
Type your Blogger URL address.
After Registration you will be taken to new Page where you can start linking blog feeds to your Twitter account.
Click the ‘Connect your feed to Twitter Account’ button,
Which will prompt you to enter your Twitter login credentials to authorize Twitterfeed’s access. You will get a nice little confirmation once you’ve successfully linked up your Twitter Account.

Enter a name for your feed.
If you want to customize your feed’s settings you can modify frequency, add prefixes, and even create keyword filters.
click the Create Feed button.
Done!! Twitterfeed is enabled.

Know your online visitors

Some times we have an anxiety to know about our visitors, and more anxiety to where are they from.Now say bye for you anxiety , helps to know more about your visitors.By using this site you can see where from your visitors , with map,graph and more features.

Copy the Code from
Paste it into your blog.(Html/Script Gadget)
Now you would get a gadget showing your online visitors.
Now click on it know more about visitors
You can see graph of the week,day and map of your visitors and status etc…Enjoy with your visitors.
Want to know more about your visitors of the day ?The above feature shows with your Online visitors.
Please wait for more my new post that tells about Google Analytics.

Thanks for your patience .

Put a link to your Text

With new Updater editor,we can make a link a text or picture where we like.
It is very easy now,don’t bother about html/script codes.Now every , One level blogger can do it by following my below steps. :

Select text area you want to make link
You should make up into ‘compose” mode and should have update editor.
Now straightly go to the update editor .Click on “LINK”
Now a Popup window will be open there.
Type the web address you want to link.

Now click on OK.
You done it.

Receive voice messages via Your Blog

Crazy with voice messaged!! ? You can receive voice messages from your blog readers by placing a GrandCentral WebCall button directly on your blog.
When people click the button, GrandCentral will call them and connect the call to your GrandCentral number. You can configure your settings to send your calls directly to your phone, or straight to voicemail. You can also post the voice messages you get directly on your blog.
To set up a GrandCentral WebCall button, first you’ll need to create a free GrandCentral account.
Once you’ve signed up for GrandCentral, just follow these steps:
Log in to GrandCentral and go to the Settings tab.
Click the WebCall Button link.
Click Select next to your favorite button.
Click the Post link below your button. Copy the code provided, you’ll need to add it to your blog’s template later. Be sure to use one of the smaller buttons, as larger buttons might not fit in your blog’s sidebar.
Sign in to Blogger and go to the Templates tab.
Click Add a Page Element and select ‘HTML/Javascript’ as the type.
Paste the code provided by GrandCentral and click Save Changes.
Your WebCall button is now set up. You can customize specific settings, greetings, and different RingShares by logging in to your GrandCentral account.