Do you use blogger?
I know that a lot of people do. The easiest way to
start blogging is by setting up a free one at
But there is usually a problem. The problem is that
most of the free blogs out there created with
blogger usually have blogger toolbars at the top.
This makes such blogs look ugly and unprofessional.
Not only that, it’s an easy way for your visitors to
leave your blog. You won’t want that happening to
Today, I’m going to show you a quick way to fix it.
Just follow the short, step by step guide below and
your toolbar should vanish in the next five minutes.
Log into your account
Click on "layout". Then click on "edit HTML" When
you get there, you'll see lots of codes in the "edit
template" box. On the 8th line of those codes, you'll
Click after and press enter on your
Paste the following codes:
Click "Save Template"
That's it. Check out your blog and the bar must
As I understand it removing the bar is against the terms of service for a free, hosted blog. Its also a little on the ungrateful side IMHO. like using a hack to remove Hupbages elements from a Hub.
Someone already wrote a hub on this a couple of years ago.
Also why didn't you just post a link to where you found this rather than copying it?
http://hopenigeria.com/forum/business-o … gger-site/
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