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Customize your Blog Title in our New Magazine Layout
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Typepad Master Class: Customize the Look of Auto-Generated Excerpts
Welcome to the Typepad Master Class! If you've ever wanted to delve into more advanced trickery with your blog's design, the Master Class is for you. Topics covered in this series are for the adventurous or advanced blogger, so an inter...
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Weekend Project: Customize Module Headers
We showed you some basics on styling module headers before, but this weekend we've decided to show off how you can use Custom CSS to customize the headers even further. Look at the cuteness! From our example below you can see we've deci...
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Tips for Customizing the New Responsive Snap Theme
We recently released a brand new theme to beta subscribers called Snap. The main feature that makes this theme special is that it's responsive. Check out our announcement post for more details about the theme and how to use it on your bl...
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Changing Your Page Banner with Custom CSS
Update 2020: The instructions provided below are for our older themes. We recommend you check out our Design Lab themes. The Design Lab provides you with a graphical interface to make changes to dozens of design elements without the nee...
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Typepad 101: The Dos and Dont's of Custom CSS
Welcome to Typepad 101! Whether you want to add some new features to your blog's design, or simply make your blog more functional, Typepad 101 has you covered. The tips here are suitable for bloggers at varying levels, from basic to in...
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Weekend Project: Automatically add a custom signature to each post
Important update: We've added a built-in Signature Module, which will allow you to add content to the end of each blog post automatically. Note: This project uses the Custom CSS feature, which is available to subscribers on the Pro Unl...
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Typepad 101: Applying Custom Font To Sidebar Headings
Welcome to Typepad 101! Whether you want to add some new features to your blog's design, or simply make your blog more functional, Typepad 101 has you covered. The tip below requires the use of the Custom CSS and Head Module features whi...
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CSS Hack: 1 Column with 3 Sidebar Modules Underneath
Let's keep hacking away! Last time we turned 3 Columns, Right layout into 1 column with 2 sidebars tucked underneath.Then Yvonne and Samjien asked if there was a way to do 3 columns underneath.Here's how:Create a blog with theme Journal,...
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Jazz up your blog with a Custom Theme!
With all the attention lately on weblog design, we want to share with you about the great tools you already have in TypePad. TypePad's theme builder gives you the opportunity to create a unique design without the need to know any HTML o...
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