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Divide Header In Two Parts or Sections in Bloggers Blog

A header consists of every single part that appears at the top of your blog. It is a container which comprises two important parts which are Logo piece where you add title, logo and recount of blog and the second piece encompasses Navigation list where you add location links. Now this tutorial needs a little bit of your careful vigilance as we will need to edit your template's coding. Since most templates are designed by distinct causes so the cipher will disagree a little bit but the format would be identical. glimpse the image underneath to understand what exactly is header splitting: 

Normal header

Divided Header

That is what we are about to do in order to create a separate section for your advertisement purposes. Normally we often add a 468 by 60 size banner to the right side and we therefore need a widget section for it.

Split your blog's Header in two parts
  1. Go to Blogger > Design > Edit HTML
  2. Backup your template
  3. Uncheck the "Expand Widget Templates" box if in case it is checked.
  4. Search for the following code:  
#header-wrapper { 
   margin:0 auto 10px; 
   border:1px solid $bordercolor; 
 #header-inner { 
   background-position: center; 
   margin-left: auto; 
   margin-right: auto; 
 #header { 
   margin: 5px; 
   border: 1px solid $bordercolor; 
   text-align: center; 
 #header h1 { 
   margin:5px 5px 0; 
   padding:15px 20px .25em; 
   font: $pagetitlefont; 
 #header a { 
 #header a:hover { 
 #header .description { 
   margin:0 5px 5px; 
   padding:0 20px 15px; 
   line-height: 1.4em; 
   font: $descriptionfont; 
   color: $descriptioncolor; 
 #header img { 
   margin-$startSide: auto; 
   margin-$endSide: auto; 

NOTE: You code will be not an exact but similar to the above one. Select all code that contains the word "#header" ".header" at start.
Now replace this entire code with the following one, CLICK SHOW to see codes
/* Header-----*/ 
     width: 960px; 
     color: #000; 
     margin: 30px auto 0; 
     padding: 0px; 
     overflow: hidden; 
 #header-inner { 
     background-position: left; 
     background-repeat: no; 
 .headerleft h1, .headerleft h1 a,.headerleft h1 a:hover,.headerleft h1 a:visited { 
     color: #BF0100; 
     font-size: 36px; 
     font-family: 'Ultra', serif, Arial; 
     font-weight: bold; 
     margin: 0; 
     padding: 0px 0 5px 0; 
     text-decoration: none; 
       text-shadow: 6px 6px 4px #ccc; 
 .headerleft h3 { 
     font-family: arial, tahoma,  Sans-Serif; 
     font-weight: normal; 
     margin: 0; 
     padding: 0; 
 .headerleft .description { 
         color: #3B3B3B; 
     font:bold 12px Helvetica, arial,  sans-serif; 
     margin: 0px; 
     padding: 0 0 20px 0; 
         text-shadow: 4px 4px 6px #ccc; 
 .headerleft { 
          width: 450px; 
          float: left; 
          margin: 0; 
          padding: 0; 
 .headerright { 
          width: 468px; 
          float: right; 
          margin: 0px; 
          padding:1px 0 0 0; 
    4.   Now search for this code or a similar code that must contain div section of your header:
<b:section class='header' id='header' maxwidgets='1' showaddelement='no'> 
 <b:widget id='Header1' locked='true' title='TheBlogger911 (Header)' type='Header'/> 
   It must contain the tags.
    5.    Now replace this with the following code:

<div id='header-wrapper'> 
 <div class='headerleft'> 
       <b:section class='headerleft' id='headerleft' maxwidgets='1' showaddelement='no'> 
 <b:widget id='Header1' locked='true' title='TheBlogger911 (Header)' type='Header'/> 
 <div class='headerright'> 
 <b:section class='headerright' id='headerright' maxwidgets='1' showaddelement='yes'> 

 6.   Save your template and view your Page elements page :)

To adjust header width edit: 960px
To change Header Title colour change:#BF0100
To change Header description colour then change:#3B3B3B

Leave a comment for questions and suggestions


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