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Artica Template

Click to enlarge Artica Blogger template

Artica is a 3 column Blogger template with AJAX sidebar menu and bookmarklets at post pages. This template is a modification of the layout originally created by caljrimmer, which can be found at Open Source Web Design website (id 2713).

NOTE: This template is for the old Classic Blogger and will not work with the newer xml Blogger layout.

Main features:
  • Three column layout
  • AJAX sidebar menu
  • Bookmarklets for certain social bookmarking sites at item (post) pages
  • Chicklets for certain aggregator services on sidebar
  • Flickr badge on the 3rd column
  • Integrated Google Sitesearch

This is a free template released under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License. This means that you can use this template for your personal or commercial blog, edit it according to your needs, and even re-distribute it as long as you keep the credit links at footer.

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4 Responses to “Artica”

Bambi on Feb 29, 2008, 5:25 pm  

i want to add a home link in the nav area to get back to the main page. how do i do that? thanks.

David on Feb 29, 2008, 9:27 pm  

hi Bambi- This is a Classic Blogger template so it’s not as easy to add but I’ll give you the instructions anyway. 😉 You’ll need to edit the template code and look for a section like “Links”. You’ll want to copy that code block from the “div” tag to the “/div” tag. Paste it into your code above the “Author” section. Then call it “Home” and change the link code. Does that make sense? I’m not sure how familiar you are with html code.

Jillian on Jan 20, 2009, 2:31 am  

I love the template and was considering switching over to it for my primary blog, but wanted to play around with it first on a test account. I uploaded it and everything looks beautiful, except the header is disconnected from the post content. I only changed the areas that were clearly marked as needing to be edited (so I wasn’t messing with width values or anything of that nature), which leaves me very confused what is wrong.

Here’s the test blog I’m trying it out on so you can see what I mean: http://iwilldrawonyourface.blogspot.com/

There’s that background space between the post area itself and the header, obviously an issue…any help is very appreciated as I’d love to be able to use this template in full.

Imaadh bin Nasir on Jul 27, 2009, 6:07 pm  

Your template could not be parsed as it is not well-formed. Please make sure all XML elements are closed properly.
XML error message: The content of elements must consist of well-formed character data or markup.

i am getting the error mentioned above. can you please tell me how to fix it.
this template is really nice. from the image i fell like that. 🙂