Google's Blogger (Blogspot) dynamic views

Creativity | 2011.04.01 04:59 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

These are how different Google's Blogger (Blogspot) dynamic views look.

I applied to my google blog (http://creafety.blogspot.com/). There are 5 different dynamic views of Blogger (Blogspot).

Flipcare, Mosaic, Sidebar, Snapshot, and Timeslide

This is the original view of my blog(http://creafety.blogspot.com/).

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All you have to do is to put some extra address at the end of your google blog address or to click 'View' in the setting of your google blog.

http://creafety.blogspot.com/view/     Why not trying yours?

1. Flipcard (http://creafety.blogspot.com/view/flipcard)

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2. Mosaic (http://creafety.blogspot.com/view/mosaic)

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3. Sidebar (http://creafety.blogspot.com/view/sidebar)

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4. Snapshot (http://creafety.blogspot.com/view/snapshot)

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5. Timeslide (http://creafety.blogspot.com/view/timeslide)

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Google gives Blogger and Blogspot a dynamic views of a blog

Creativity | 2011.03.31 22:27 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Google is rolling out five dramatically new ways to view blog posts on Blogger, in an attempt to change the typical way people consume content on the web.

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Starting Thursday, visitors to Blogger-hosted blogs will discover new viewing options if they type “/view” at the end of a blog’s URL (e.g. http://cookingwithamy.blogspot.com/view). Unlike traditional blog skins or themes though, these views dramatically alter the entire experience of reading a blog.

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As Blogger product manager Anil Sabharawal told Mashable, it’s about modernizing the UI and “really revolutionizing the blog consumption experience.” Sabharawal says that blogs should be utilizing the full power of the modern web, especially HTML5, AJAX and CSS3 technology that has made websites more dynamic in recent years.

 

To that end, Google has launched five views that harness the power of new web standards:

  • Flipcard: This visual view places square photos side-by-side in neat little rows. Hovering over any photo reveals the name of the post, the date it was published and the number of comments it has. Flipcard has the unique option of reorganizing posts based on recency, date, label or author.
  • Mosaic: Mosaic takes the photos related to each blog post and turns them into a visual experience — a mosaic of photography. Hovering over any photo with the mouse increases the size of the image and displays the title of the post in question. Clicking it will open the post as part of the mosaic.
  • Snapshot: Snapshot turns blog photos into a Polaroid-esque scrapbook with the number of comments and the title of the blog post clearly visible. Hovering over a Polaroid displays a short snippet from the post.
  • Sidebar: Similar in some ways to Gawker‘s redesign, Sidebar creates a left-hand menu bar with all of a blog’s articles as well as their comment counts. Clicking on a title opens the article to the right.
  • Timeslide: This is a three-column layout that displays recent posts. The left column shows photos and short snippets from a blog’s most recent articles, while the middle column displays only summaries of less recent posts. The right-hand column is simply a list of titles of older articles. Timeslide essentially encompasses three different time periods and makes them accessible.

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All of these blog views incorporate dynamic features into nearly every aspect of the UI. Search on Timeslide, for example, automatically highlights posts that match a search query, and all five views incorporate infinite scroll.

While Blogger is still one of the world’s largest blog networks, WordPress and Tumblr garner far more attention and have been more active launching new features and experimenting with new innovations. Google hasn’t made Blogger a priority in years, but the service is getting a major overhaul in 2011. These views are the first of many new features the company hopes will make Blogger the center of the blogging universe once again.

Source: Mashable.com

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How to import WordPress into Blogger

Creativity | 2010.12.08 06:46 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Ever wanted to move your WordPress blogs over to Blogger?

This site can aid in the process!

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Instructions


  1. Login to your WordPress account and navigate to the Dashboard for the blog that you'd like to transfer to Blogger.
  2. Click on the Manage tab below the Blog name.
  3. Click on the Export link below the Manage tab.
  4. Download the WordPress WXR export file by clicking on Download Export File.
  5. Save this file to your local machine.
  6. Browse to that saved document with the form below and click Convert.

  7. Save this file to your local machine. This file will be the contents of your posts/comments from WordPress in a Blogger export file.
  8. Login to your Blogger or create a new user.
  9. Once logged in, click on the Create a Blog link from the user dashboard, and then click on the Import Blog Tool
  10. Follow the instructions and upload your Blogger export file when prompted.
  11. After completing the import wizard, you should have a set of imported posts from WordPress that you can now publish to Blogger. Have fun!

NOTE: This hosted application will only allow downloads smaller than 1MB.

For information on how to run this conversion on your own, visit the open source project hosted at code.google.com

http://wordpress2blogger.appspot.com/

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