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♥ HOW TO Place Comment links disabled at Blogskins free templates

= Tuesday, September 9, 2008 =

Ok, after some painstaking time converting codes lol ~ Here goes a simple technique or add-on to Dreamweaver-based Templates used at blogger.

The beautiful template at Puppything's blog is almost complete except that you can only place comments through her tag board and there is no comment link. Well, I started with that on this blog too.

I noticed that the free blog templates at Blogskins usually have this flaw. It lacks the comment link. So I found some ways while doing some trial and error. Ha!

So since I promised to give the html code, I thought of sharing this on the net. Hopefully some poor soul ~ which was like me, only I had to learn it the hard way ~ will land here looking for the same solution.

*Highlight, right click and copy the codes in the box*

First add this in between the " <head> and <head>"

/* Comments
----------------------------------------------- */
#comments h4 {
margin:1em 0;
font:bold 78%/1.6em "Trebuchet MS",Trebuchet,Arial,Verdana,Sans-serif;
#comments h4 strong {
#comments-block {
margin:1em 0 1.5em;
#comments-block dt {
margin:.5em 0;
#comments-block dd {
margin:.25em 0 0;
#comments-block dd.comment-timestamp {
margin:-.25em 0 2em;
font:78%/1.4em "Trebuchet MS",Trebuchet,Arial,Verdana,Sans-serif;
#comments-block dd p {
margin:0 0 .75em;
.deleted-comment {

then this between the <$BlogItemDateTime$> and </Blogger>


<a class="comment-link" href="<$BlogItemCommentCreate$>"<$BlogItemCommentFormOnclick$>><$BlogItemCommentCount$> say it!</a>


<a class="comment-link" href="<$BlogItemPermalinkUrl$>#links">stamps</a>


< $BlogItemControl$>

<!-- Begin #comments -->


<div id="comments">

<blogitemcommentsenabled><a name="comments"></a>

<h4><$BlogItemCommentCount$> Comments:</h4>>

<dl id="comments-block">


<dt class="comment-poster" id="" >" >< a name="" >" >< /a>

<$BlogCommentAuthor$ > said...>


<dd class="comment-body">



<dd class="comment-timestamp"><a href="#<$BlogCommentNumber$>" title="comment permalink"><$BlogCommentDateTime$></a>





<p class="comment-timestamp">





<a name="links">< /a>< h4>Links to this post:< /h4>

<dl id="comments-block">


<dt class="comment-title">


<a href="<$BlogBacklinkURL$>" rel="nofollow"><$BlogBacklinkTitle$></a> <$BlogBacklinkDeleteIcon$>


<dd class="comment-body"><$BlogBacklinkSnippet$>

<span class="comment-poster">

<em>posted by <$BlogBacklinkAuthor$> @ <$BlogBacklinkDateTime$></em>





<p class="comment-timestamp"><$BlogItemBacklinkCreate$></p>>


<p class="comment-timestamp">

<a href="<$BlogURL$>"><< Home</a>




<!-- End #comments -->

Note that the <$BlogItemDateTime$> is the last thing below your post. Or if this is not the case, try placing the code after your main post or <$BlogItemBody$>

So, Puppything my dear, tell me if this is effective or not ok. I can send you the whole thing in a textfile.

Simply retouched @ 1:58 AM


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks! This is helpful.

September 8, 2008 at 5:44 PM  
Blogger Daisy said...

Yeah? It works? Great!

September 9, 2008 at 12:42 AM  
Anonymous ting said...

hey!! i've tried it out in my blog! thank u so much..

but because i'm using the classic template it din work well

however i found another one n now i have comment link there...

thank you so much!!
really appreciate it a lot!

September 9, 2008 at 5:57 AM  
Blogger Daisy said...

Wonderful! I also need to revert to classic template to use this skin so I tried experimenting a bit. But I checked your blog not and it looks good! Like adding a new wardrobe eh?

September 9, 2008 at 3:57 PM  

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