- Go to Layout -> Edit HTML
- Create a backup of your template with ‘Download Template’ button.
- Check the ‘Expand Widgets Template’ button.
Find for the following piece of code
<b:section class=’header’ id=’header’ maxwidgets=’3′ showaddelement=’yes’>
<b:widget id=’Image1′ locked=’false’ title=” type=’Image’>
- Here the maxwidgets specifies the number of page elements you can add to your blog in the header. Default will be 1 for your title and description. Change it to any value you wish and press save.
- Now click ‘Page Elements’ and you can see additional space for page elements in your header. Add anything you wish. Enjoy!
July 5th, Saturday : GLOSS kicks off for first years
The guests are: Ganesh Hiregoudar(chief co-ordiantor for Campus Ambassador programme in Asia Pacific, Sun Microsystems), Anil Gulecha (Campus Ambassador, Sun Microsystems) and Angad Singh (Campus Ambassador JIIT, Sun Microsystems)! Great guests na? Abhishek is talking with these guys for coming to the college for the event.
July 9th, Wednesday: Even bigger event
If you thought the first one was too good read this. This is the second event planned. Here is the notice forwarded by Abhishek.
Event: A Live OpenSolaris Chat in Second Life. People not familiar
with second life do not have attend with an avatar but can watch and
contribute via the web.
Goal: To educate, build awareness, gain adoption and answer questions
Audience: Community Members, Students, Web 2.0 developers and employees
*Date: July 9th – new date
Time: Early morning (7:30/8:00 am) so all geos can participate
Duration of Chat: 1 hour – 20 minutes of presenting/round table and
40 minutes for Q&A
*What will be discussed and who will be involved with the Chat:*
This discussion will give community members, students and all others
that join the chat an opportunity to ask questions regarding
and to hear about what direction OpenSolaris is heading.
Some Topics to discuss: (TBD)
Contributions to respositories
Contributions to Community from Sun
*Potential Speakers: (TBD) 2 presenters and 2 additional experts for
Now that’s the way to kick off GLOSS in super style for this semester rite? Our GLOSS team members are already holding conferences to discuss plans for this kick off. Hope every thing turns out fine. I will keep you guys updated.
Step 1: Log into your blogger account and click Layout -> Edit HTML.
Step 2: Before editing the template, I recommend taking a backup of it. The simplest way is to click the ‘Download Template’ link and save an XML copy of your blog template.
Step 3: Now find the following line
/* Variable definitions
Step 4: Paste the following code before this code
display: none !important;
Step 5: Press save and preview your blog with the nav bar hidden.