Blogger Store

Created for bloggers who want to start an e-commerce or shopping site, Blogger Store is a professional looking template compatible with Paypal or Google Checkout

  • Animated shopping cart
  • Dual dropdown menu bar
  • Automatic featured content carousel
  • Grid and list style post view
Blogger store shopping blogger template

Lightroom Photo Blog Template

A beautiful photo blog template that displays photos in gallery format and is available in two styles basic and advanced

  • Switchable background
  • Attractive theme font
  • Integrated social media icons
  • Left sidebar and navigation menu
Lightroom Photo Blog Template


Magazine style theme adapted from wordpress

  • Featured slider section
  • Dual menu bar
  • Tabbed widget
  • 4 column footer
Magpress Magazine style Blog Template


A simple theme with a clean layout

  • Full width featured slider
  • 4 column footer
  • Social widgets integrated
Sens Blogger template

Pop Out Social Bookmarking Widget

A nice-looking pop out social bookmarking widget that allows readers to share their favorite post easily

  • Neat display
  • Easy to install
Add pop out social bookmarking widget for blogger

Spring Blogger Theme edit post

Posted by Bhavika On Sunday, July 26, 2009
Spring time is here. Ray Creations have designed a 2 column Spring blogger template, with a lovely header image. Spring Blogger Theme
The blooming daisies on the scenic landscape makes the template look really attractive. In this colorful background you can add the blog title and description, there's also a search box on top right of the template, followed by the menu bar.

The main posts appears on a notebook-like background, with the headline clipped on top and the date stamp and comments appear below that. While post labels come at the end of the article. The single column on the right can be used to place other blogger widgets.

There are default sections included in the template like About the blog, labels and archives, you can some more features if you like. Spring is a good theme to use for nature, flowers, green or personal blog.

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17 Response to "Spring Blogger Theme"

  1. Diana said,

    I love the Spring theme, but have no idea what to do with what I downloaded! Help?


  2. Clyde said,

    @ Diana

    Please use the video guide section in the navbar and look for the how to upload a custom blogger template


  3. I have a question to this template. It is not working normally when I upload it. I cannot edit the side box in the "Layout" section in The side boxes are cut off. I have made a pdf to describe it. Please take a look at it here at

    Please help me! I just want to add a photo album at the side box. Thank you.


  4. Clyde said,

    @ sheng,

    you can enable adding widgets or gadgets to the header and save them over there after you drag them to the required spot


  5. I have the same problem. How do I enable adding widgets to the header?


  6. Also is there a way that I can copy the widgets from my current blog to the template so I don't have to reconfigure everything? I found this link: but this template doesn't use the div id='sidebar-wrapper tags.



  7. Clyde said,

    @ kerryn

    you need to expand widgets then look for the header widget and enable it from there, you can also copy your widgets from here and the page elements to back them up and use them on this template


  8. Bhavika said,

    @ Dr

    have you watched the video on how to upload a custom blogger template


  9. iman said,

    i love this template and already downloaded it, but i dont know how to edit its fonts and colors, there's nothing but an empty box where the editing tools are supposed to be. can you help me with this? pls, i really love this template =)


  10. Bhavika said,

    @ iman - You can adjust the font and colours from Edit Html, what exactly do you want to change?


  11. I tried this on my blog and did everything right. EXCEPT it blew up all my pictures on my blog really big and I didn't know how to fix it. So I had to switch back to old template.


  12. Clyde said,

    @ Virginia

    Really big as in they din't fit in the post section? You have two options one is re upload the images

    the second is to add a height and width attribute to the images, you can read this link to learn how


  13. Denice said,

    When I upload this template, the spring header is missing. Is there supposed to be a spring jpg included with the download?


  14. Clyde said,

    @ Denice

    I just uploaded the template and it works perfectly fine....


  15. Sharon said,

    I'm having the same problem Virginia had. I upload a picture. It looks stretched out in the blog, but when I click on the image, it's the right size. I tried specifying the height and width and it makes no difference. I even tried several versions of the image, and tried uploading it to my own webspace. Nothing makes it work.


  16. Clyde said,

    @ Sharon

    go to ur edit html ull find this /************** Images *****************/

    under that is the config for the images to display in the post denoted by post img

    over there there are values that you would need to play around with it to make it work...


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