The widget displays at Blogspot Templates Mobile version


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My Backlink - For those of you who use the template has two versions of a particular blog that possess features custom mobile templates may be wondering, "why yes in the mobile version of my blog widget does not appear?" well, in this post will be a bit of explaining Display Widget in Blogspot Templates Mobile version.


The reason why you put the widget does not appear on the mobile version is due in the default widgets that appear on the mobile version only the following widgets:
  1. header
  2. blog
  3. Profile
  4. PageList
  5. AdSense
  6. attribution


If you put aside widget widget above, such popular post or the archive, then the widget will not appear on the mobile version. Well, the question, the widget can be set in order to perform in the mobile version, the answer could be.

To set the widget that you can attach to appear on the mobile version of how you just need to add a new attribute to the tag <b:widget/>.

For example, the widget displays popular posts in the mobile version, the first way is to go to dashboard > template > edit HTML. after the search tag on the popular post widget in the template. Approximately Popular Post widget code it like this:


<b:widget id='PopularPosts3' locked='false' title='Entri Populer' type='PopularPosts'>


Now we need to do is add a new attribute to the tag of the widget, including mobile. Attribute mobile itself has three values​​, ie Yes, No, and Only. As this application:

<b:widget id='PopularPosts3' mobile='yes' locked='false' title='Entri Populer' type='PopularPosts'>

The above code is to display the mobile version of the popular post widgets and also appear in the display the desktop version.

<b:widget id='PopularPosts3' mobile='only' locked='false' title='Entri Populer' type='PopularPosts'>

The above code is to display the mobile version of the popular post widget but does not appear in the desktop version.

<b:widget id='PopularPosts3' mobile='no' locked='false' title='Entri Populer' type='PopularPosts'>

While the above code is to hide the widgets on the mobile version.

To note is that each widget has a different id, so you should be careful in finding the widget code tag.

Yup, probably just that much alone. Hopefully this short tutorial helpful.