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How To Enable Moble Version Template On Blogger.com Blog

Hi! Everyone, hope you all are fine.
Today in this post I will tell you how you can enable mobile version template in your Blogger.com blog. Today when I login to Draft.Blogger.com I show Blogger has bought one new feature for mobile readers. You can only able to enable it through Blogger in Draft.

In Blogger mobile template now have only 6 templates. If you are using any templates from Blogger Template Designer then your blog will look same in mobile and if you are using any custom Blogger template then you will get simple look in mobile. In mobile all gadgets/elements may not support, for now it will supports gadgets/elements like Header, Blog, Profile, AdSense, Attribution. And using mobile anyone will able to make comments and watch videos. And if you are showing Adsense ads using HTML/JavaScript gadget then it won’t display ads, to show ads in mobile you have to use Adsense gadget or using Show Ads Between Posts tool, it will show ad at the top of the post page or at the bottom of the index page.

Here how you can
1.       Go to Draft.Blogger.com
2.       Login to your account (using Blogger.com ID and Password)
3.       Click on setting (for the blog you want to enable)
4.       Then go to Email & Mobile option
5.       There you will see written Mobile Template (beta)
6.       Select the Yes, On mobile devices, show the mobile version of my template. Radio button
7.       If you want to see how it will look in mobile click on MOBILE PREVIEW button
8.       Then click on SAVE SETTINGS button at the bottom of the page

Now a small script is added in your blog by which if any user will visit your blog using smartphone (WebKit-based mobile browsers are supported for our initial launch.) they will get redirect to mobile device template page.
If anyone wants to see how there Blogger.com blog will look in mobile device just add ?m=1 after the URL of your blog.

To see how my blog will look in a mobile Click here

Comments

  1. Thanks for your comment…

  2. If anyone will visit using mobile it will auto redirect to the mobile version after enable it…

  3. That mean there is not yet supported by Google…<br />WebKit-based mobile browsers are supported for initial launch.

  4. SirEvo says:

    Thx for this but cant redirect to tel version. whoever want to see mobile style, they need to add ?m=1 code. what do i need to do for redirecting?

  5. SirEvo says:

    Nope, they say it's same. It works when they add a line after url.

  6. SirEvo says:

    So we'll wait for Google support? :))

  7. manojr says:

    Still not able to view ads in mobile temple.

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