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Quick Links | Blogger Customization

This is a collection of useful links related to blogger customization.

Navigation Menu 

A navigation menu is required to provide an easy way for the users to navigate to different set of topics in a professional way.

Below are some of the Navigation Plugins that you can use, in the order of my personal preference:
  1. CSS3 Drop Down Menu
  2. Multi Level Horizontal Tabs - MyBloggerTricks
  3. Different Styles of Simple Drop Down Menus

Short Codes

Short codes are like macros which enables us to add/format content in a simple & easy way, instead of repeating the entire code each time, the same functionality is required.

Blogger Short Code Plugin by MyBloggerTricks

Download Link and Installation Guide  |  Demo

The list of supported Short Codes with its demo page:
  1. Accordian

Table of Contents

 Adding Table of Contents to a post provides easy navigation of different sections in the post as well as provides a bird's eye view of different sections in the post.

Below list some plugins/ways to add Table of Contents:
  1. Flat Table of Contents by MyBloggerTricks
  2. Nested Table of Contents by MyBloggerTricks

Create Topic List by Label in Blog Post

This article explain the steps for creating a list of topics of a particular label in a widget or blog post dynamically.

Other Useful Links

  1. Automatically Making External Links to Open in New Window
  2. Custom Label Search Options in Blogger


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