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Friday, November 4, 2011

Sudoku Puzzle Widget


The Sudoku widget generates random puzzles with five different levels of difficulty and shows when you have entered an incorrect answer. It can also check to see if you got the puzzle right. And many players think that the best part of this sudoku widget is that you can make it solve it self.





Google Calendar Widget


Google Calendar makes it easy for you to share events and publish events and calendars on your website or blog. If your site mentions events — including reservations, appointments, conferences and shows, Google Calendar can help your users find this information and easily add it to their own calendars. This Google calendar widget code below works for any blog such as blogger, wordpress, or any website.  blogger widget google calendar,google calender widget,



Learn how to install and customize this widget
It is easy to install, so give it a try!

Install Widget

Click the Add Calendar Widget To Blog button.

This will bring up a pop-up window, where you can customize the settings of the widget, before instlling it to one of your blogs.
Change the settings, then click Customize, and then click Add Widget to my Blog.

Preparing you Google Calendar
Before adding the Widget to your Blog, you need to prepare your Google Calendar to share events. Your calendar has to be public; private ones will not be shown in the widget.

You will find your Google calendars at http://calendar.google.com. On the left-hand side of the screen you can see the list of all your calendars, the ones owned by you, and the ones you have subscribed to. Each calendar has a small dropdown menu. Open this dropdownmenu for the calendar you want to share, and select "Calendar Settings". On the second tab, select the radiobutton to indicate that you want to share all calendar information with everyone. Now go to the first tab, and copy the calendar ID from this page; you will find it close to the bottom, between parentheses, following the XML/ICAL/HTML-buttons. You will need this ID to customize the widget. The ID will look like v4tfgsl4n3la@group.calendar.google.com.

If you feel insecure about this, create a test-calendar, and give it a try before sharing your real calendar.

Customizing the Widget
Click the Add Calendar Widget To Blog button. This will bring up the customization-window.
You need to enter the following settings.
Widget Title
This sets the heading of the Widget in your Blogger sidebar.
Calendar ID
The ID of your public Google Calendar, that you copied from the Calendar Settings page. It is best to copy-paste this ID, to avoid typing errors.
Number of events
This is the number of events that will be displayed in the sidebar. Be aware that a maximum of 25 events can be displayed.
Calendar Owner Label
If you want the name of the calendar owner to be displayed, you can enter the label that you want to use here. The label is displayed in front of the owner name. Change it tou anything you like, or leave it blank.
Event Location Label
If you want the location of te event to be displayed, you can enter the label you want to use here. The label precedes the event location. Change it to anything you like, or leave it blank.
Date Label
The date label precedes the date of the event. Change it to anything you like, or leave it blank.
Time Label
The time label precedes the date of the event. Change it to anything you like, or leave it blank.
From Label and To Label
The from- and to-label precede the starttime and endtime of the event. Change them to anything you like, or leave it blank.
Whole Day Label
The Whole Day Label is displayed if an event takes an entire day. Change it to anything you like, or leave it blank.
Checkboxes
With the checkboxes you can select which information you want to display. If you uncheck all boxes, only the eventnames, dates and times will be displayed.

If you make a mistake, click Reset to reset to the defaults.

Adding the Widget to your Blog
Click Customize to create the Widget Code, then click Add to Blog to add the widget to your blog. This brings up a Blogger-window, where you can select the blog that you want to add the widget to.

Styling the Widget
If you want to style the widget, you can use the following custom CSS classes:
  • .bbcalbox : wraps around the widget

  • .bbcalname: the calendar name

  • .bbcaldescription: the calendar description

  • .bbcalowner: the calendar owner name

  • .bbcaleventname: the title of the calendar event

  • .bbcaleventdescription: the description of the calendar event

  • .bbcaleventlocation: the location of the event

  • .bbcaleventdatetime: the date/time information of the event

  • .bbwidgetfooter: the widgetfooter

COUNTDOWN CLOCK FOR ANY EVENT

YOU CAN CREATE ANY COUNTDOWN WIDGET FOR ANY EVENT. SELECT YOUR OWN COLOR

GET YOUR OWN WIDGET



Customized Digital Clock Widget



Keeping the time on your blog has never been this cool! You can customize everything from the size to the color!Get your own Widget





Tuesday, October 25, 2011

How to Create a HTML On Click Select All Text Box?


Hello,
Dear loyal readers of easeblogger we have another html usefull trick.This is one handy trick or piece of code for Web Designers/Developers. The JavaScript & HTML code given below will create a text box whose all text content will be selected automatically when the user click on the text box itself. Like this one ->

The code for this ->

<form><textarea name="targetme" rows="3" cols="35" onclick="javascript:this.form.targetme.focus();this.form.targetme.select();">Insert your text here.(c)2011 Easeblogger</textarea></form>

Enjoy the 'ease'ness of blogging with easeblogger.

Friday, October 21, 2011

How to Create Backup & Restore of Blogger Posts

How to Create Backup & Restore of Blogger Posts


This Post Contain Three Section




Create Backup of Post

Follow The Steps :-
1. Go to Settings of Blog of which you want to backup posts
2. Then Click on Export Blog
3. Now Click on Download Blog
4. It provide you Download with XML file save it in your HD or CD
5. Done ! you made backup!!




Import Blogger Post

Follow The Steps :-
1. Go to Settings in which you want to import your backup Post
2. Then Click on Import Blog
3. Here you can Click on Browse xml File which is backup of post
4. Select xml file & select you wanna automatically post  imported posts.
5. Enter captcha & Import Your Blog Post
6. Blog posts is import you can check it in All Posts.




HERE VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS
-----------------------Video By Arshpreet Wadehra


Create Your First BLogger Blog Video Tutorial

Create Your First BLogger Blog Video Tutorial
 ---------------------------------------Video By Arshpreet Wadehra