Template Tips and Help

Applied template from Blogskins.com

Saving Images
The first thing you need to do is save the images to your own computer and upload them to your host. Right click over the needed image and choose save as. Then save the image to a folder of your choice. Be sure not to rename the image unless you want to make more work for yourself.

Changing a Few Variables
*Change the names of the images to point to your server. (ie. http://www.you.blogspot.com/ images/imagename.gif)
*Look through the template to see where the comment tags !---- call your attention to . There will be notes inside the tags that ask you to make a change.

Some things that may need changing:
-your name at the end of posts
-title, subtitle
-your personal links and navigation

I have tried to make the process as smooth as possible, but problems could arise. If something has you stumped, email me.

Downloaded template from 1greenEYE designs.

I would advise uploading everything in the .zip file into the same web folder. This way you will not have to change the URL of any images. This means less work for you. The only problem with this is that you will also need your archives in the same folder or the images will be broken when archived posts are viewed. This would depend on how you have your archives set up and how much time you want to spend moving them to another folder.

So, the easiest way is to unzip the downloaded folder and upload the contents (images and html file) to the SAME folder on your site. You may have to change the name of the html document to your liking.

You may also have to change variables as described above.