Blogger, how do I get categories and three columns?
I have a blog on blogger, I want three columns without paying for a template and also I want a categories section to tidy it up, how do I do this?
You need to change the template of your blog. I googled "free blogger templates 3 column" and came up with a ton of sites that have 3 columns for free. Here is a link to a video that explains how to install the template http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42ulHLjLFM8
Go to ourblogtemplates.com for either free templates or instructions on how to design from scratch, or modify an exisiting, blogger template.
I run one of their templates on my blog and it is the best I have yet found. No dodgy links tucked away in the code and no images stuck in accounts you have to pay to upgrade after a couple of weeks. But you won't get catergories and tags as with WordPress.com as Blogger is only set up to allow labels (catergories). It is one of its downsides.
Lots of free template on the internet brother! Just search on Google
I have just been looking at a free WordPress theme called EzeeOne which is very flexible and does more than what you are asking. It is developed by http://www.parotkefalonia.com and on their site you can test drive it before downloading to see what it does. They are also helpful if you have any questions.
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