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Static Image code generator

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How To Add It To Your Blog.
  • 1. Log into blogger and go to your blogger account dashboard..
  • 2. Navigate to Design and on your sidebar click Add Gadget and select HTML/javaScript.
  • 3. leave the title empty, and on the content area, paste your generated code..
  • 4. click Save, now move the gadget from sidebar top area to bottom area.
  • 5. Click save changes And Enjoy.

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  1. Great tip dude i’ve applied it on my blog check it out , http://www.Dota-Utilities.com

  2. Roxanne says:

    Hi, very nice and appreciated tip. I have, however, one question. I did manage to put on my blog a static image I wanted (top right). Now, the problem it causes is I cannot click anymore on the right part of the NavBar (where the loggin link is). Can you please help me? What I am looking to do actually is place the static image in the back of the NavBar (or the NavBar in front of the static image). Thank you for answering.

  3. Max says:

    hi Roxanne
    thanks for your comment,
    i’m afraid to tell you that this is not easy task to do,
    no, actually it’s easy, but it needs some changing in this widget code. and any change will affect all static image that we generated to all our visitors.so i’m very sorry to tell you that it’s hard to do.
    if you need any help, pleaaaaaaase tell me.

  4. Roxanne says:

    Thank you for your response Max. I guess than my only alternative is to take out the NavBar???

  5. Max says:

    ok Roxanne.
    and i’ll try to find simple solve for your problem.
    i’ll just try.

  6. Roxanne says:

    Hi Max, I don’t necessarily want you to spend hours trying to figure out how to put the static image in the back of the NavBar. The reason why I came to your blog is that I was desperately trying to figure out how to place a picture on my blog. Maybe the static image is not the solution. I have been trying for days and days now to try to find a way to have an horizontal image at the top of my blog (header I guess) as well as two images that would be placed at the right and left of the sidebars (please see my blog if you want to visualize what I’m saying). The only way I found was to put a static image on the right side. Maybe you have another alternative for me? Thanks Max… and by the way… your blog is just lovely, I will come back.

  7. Max says:

    hi Roxanne
    i already visited your blog,
    and the 2 left and right static-images looks great,

    thanks for your comment, and i hope you enjoy our new content.

  8. Your site is wonderful…your web tools superbly useful…your resources are tremendous! Thanks. I should have stumbled on this site much much earlier. More power to you.

  9. Max says:

    hi bigdaddyrichard
    thanks very much, i really appreciate your nice words, and people like you makes me love to add more and more, thanks at all

  10. Alex says:

    Very usefull tool…Many thanks

  11. CkgSham says:

    I need your help. Why my static images covered by the body content my scrolling up-down? Pls help me.
    Thanks in advance.

  12. Max says:

    hi CkgSham
    can you please try to past the code after < body >

  13. CkgSham says:

    max…no changes. problem still there. my static image seems like hiding behind the frame (even though i put it after ). Please advise. Thanks in advance.

  14. amirali says:

    dude ders a prob wid dcode blogspot is not xceptin d code n sayin dat ders a prob wid it
    jst fix it 😉

  15. amirali says:

    k u hav to put the code after body
    n yea its coverin the text
    what the hec

    n max ur site is very good
    jst eleminate some mistakes

    i want to contact you how do i do dat??

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