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Express yourself with the Blogger Template Designer

If you have not noticed, things are a bit shiny and new looking around here as of late. In case you were wondering how this blog got so SEXY all of the sudden I used Blogger's new Template Designer.  Here is an email I received from Blogger about their new Template Designer. 

BTW Blogger in Draft is win, and you should check it out.

We're excited to announce that the Blogger Template Designer is now available on Blogger in draft, Blogger's experimental playground.

The Blogger Template Designer makes it easy to customize the look and feel of your blog without knowing any HTML or CSS. Here are a few of the new features available in the Blogger Template Designer:

  • Beautiful new templates to start from
  • Custom blog layouts with one, two and three columns
  • Hundreds of background images
  • Customizable colors, fonts, and more...

What are you waiting for? Express yourself in style with the Blogger Template Designer. Learn more at www.blogger.com/templates.

The Blogger Team

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