Posted on Dec 10 2019 byin Blog Blog Post Blogs and Blogging Uncategorized
WordPress is presently the most preferred platform for blogging and CMS on the internet, mainly due to its flexibility and its powerful features. And the main reasons behind this are its themes. And its themes are highly customized and also allow you to design your own unique website. By choosing the perfect theme for your website or blog is a very important stage for the success of any online organization.
If you are a BLogger and you want to get high traffic on your blog then it can be possible by using different types of WordPress Premium themes for your WordPress blog. Presently, there are many WordPress themes are available to you and you have a right to choose from them which one is suitable for you. Although there are some Free WordPress Themes are also available to do our work. But free WordPress themes don’t have that much efficiency that WordPress Premium themes have.
WordPress Premium themes are provided you with more features and the ability to customize your layouts of the blog then free ones. And which tends to be more clean and simple. Remember every time the design and layouts of our websites should help you to stand out from other competitive websites, it also makes a positive impression on your visitors. A well-structured theme can also help your website to rank well on major numbers of search engines. This is very helpful to you especially when you are looking to gain more numbers of traffic to your website.
So, by knowing these features of the WordPress themes, now it is the time to begin the shifting to these WordPress themes.
Unlike WordPress, Blogger doesn’t give you permission to access multiple files that make up your template; instead of a Cascading Style Sheets file handles the appearance of the blog. You can import your WordPress theme into Blogger and then you can able to modify the CSS style for your Blogger blog if it is required.
There are various steps are included while fetching WordPress theme to Blogger:
Sign in to your WordPress website and navigate to the dashboard. Haul to the “Appearance” panel and click “Editor.” Select “style.css”. Pull your mouse over the entire style sheet, then right-click and select “Copy” from the context menu.
Log in to the Blogger and click the “Design” button under the name of the blog that will behold your imported WordPress theme. Click “Edit HTML.”
Scroll down to the location in the document where the HTML header is separate from the CSS style sheet, which looks something like the following:
/ Use this with templates/template-twocol.html /
Right-click on it and select “Paste” to paste in the WordPress style sheet.
Drag down your mouse over all of the text below the end of the WordPress style sheet that you just pasted in and press “Delete.” Alternately, you can right-click and select “Cut” if you want to save this text in our drive for further use in the blog. Paste it into a text document and save the document on your computer for further use.
Look at your Blogger blog in a new tab or window to see the style attributes of the WordPress blog applied to Blogger.