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How to Install Google Plus Comments Widget on Blogger

How to Install Google Plus Comments Widget on Blogger

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Google Plus comments have been implemented to Blogger which adds great functionality to your blog site. It is a useful tool to keep your conversations with your visitors organized. Readers can interact and share the comments, even posting a comment in your Google Plus site and appearing on your site.

But how about if the Blogger template used is customized, how can it be installed? Here’s a tutorial from Qasim Zaib that will help you add this feature on your template.

  • Login to your Blogger account.
  • Click the blog you want to add the Google Plus comment.
  • Click the Google+ option seen at the left sidebar. Now to do this, you must be the admin of a blog so you can view the option.
  • Upgrade the account, add it with Google Plus if you haven’t done it yet. After that, you will see a Get Started button. Simply follow the instructions provided.
  • Check on the option that says Use Google+ Comments on this Blog.
  • For custom templates, click Template > Edit HTML
  • Look for this code.
<div class='comments' id='comments'>
  • Add this code after it
<div class='cmt_iframe_holder' expr:data-href='data:post.canonicalUrl'expr:data-viewtype=' data:post.viewType'/>

Note: Make a backup of your template before doing any customizations.

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  1. info yang sangat menarik sekali gan………

  2. widget na kirang sae gan..

  3. info yang sangat bagus sekali gan….

  4. Refi Aliyefi says:

    waw,., its amaiging, bagus infonya gan….

  5. Uche says:

    Got this error message when I tried this. Any suggestions to fix? Thanks
    Error parsing XML, line 1255, column 71: Element type “div” must be followed by either attribute specifications, “>” or “/>”

  6. Yasith says:

    How can i apply this only one blog page ?

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