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Max Mag Blogger Template

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Today’s featured template comes courtesy of the people behind Templateism and it’s called Max Mag, a stylish, magazine-themed, responsive template designed primarily for WordPress and was later converted to work for Blogger as well.

This template has a 3-column design layout but unlike most of the others, your main content is located on the far left side while 2 of your sidebars are located to the right (which kinda makes calling the sidebar between the content column and the right-most sidebar a misnomer). One of your sidebar can accommodate 160×600 pixel ads while the other 300×250 pixel ads. You can also use a 728×90 or a 222×90 banner ad at the top of your navigation menu. At the bottom will be your 2-column footer. By the way, this template’s width is fixed.

Max Mag’s features include a sticky multi-dropdown menu, which is of course very nice to have so your visitors won’t have scroll all the way back up just to go to your site’s other pages, a threaded commenting system, a Related Posts widget, a slider below your navigation bar which can either contain pictures or featured content, and of course, as mentioned above, lots of space to put your ads.

Probably the favorites about this template among users are that it loads fast, it is SEO friendly, ad friendly (as mention earlier, it has lots of ad space), and a nice little news ticker just above the slider. This is a template that’s suitable for ALL blog types so feel free to try it out!

You find more details about it in its official page.

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  1. Jenny says:

    amazing theme, I love it.

  2. Shan Iqbal says:


    Thanks for this template but i already have this. But question is i want to remove credit links like you removed ni demo. Please it’s my request to you.

  3. good theme for adsense

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