Indeed this is not a big problem, you can just edit the widget and retype the header (title) of the widget and the problem is resolved, but if you often edit your template code even if it’s just updating or updating your blog template then this is would be very annoying.
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On August 23, 1999, Blogger was launched by Pyra Labs. As one of the world’s first blog publishing tools, Blogger played a role in popularizing the blog format in the world. In February 2003, Pyra Labs was acquired by Google, making a number of premium Blogger features previously commercialized by Pyra Labs a completely free service. In October 2004, the co-founder of Pyra Labs, Evan Williams, resigned from Google.
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On August 14, 2006, Blogger launched its latest beta version, codenamed “Invader”. This latest version migrates Blogger users to Google-owned servers and adds several new features. In December 2006, this new version came out of beta stage. May 2007, Blogger finished migrating all its user data to Google servers.
Source : Wikipedia
How to Overcome the Header (Title) of the Feed Widget on Blogspot
Attention ! before making changes to the blog template HTML code, you should backup the blog template HTML code first, because to avoid unwanted things. If there is a procedural error in changing the HTML code of the blog template, then you can make the repair process quickly and easily.
- The placement of the script above can be placed in the HTML code of the blog template or in the HTML widget box, please adjust it according to your needs or the ease of applying this trick.
- Element ID code
If the header of the feed widget has an ID element code, then please directly use the ID of the header element.
feed1” class=”header feed1″>Header of your Feed Widget
Element ID feed1 is the ID of the element used in the script above, so the script syntax is written as follows:
$(‘#feed1‘).html(‘Title of Your Feed Widget’);
If the format element of your widget feed header does not have an element ID then you can use a sibling element in the ID code of that element.
Your Widget Feed header
Use the sibling element (linkage) on the ID element, so that the script syntax is written as follows:
$(‘.header .feed > h2‘).html(‘Title of Your Feed Widget’);
Don’t forget the JQuery code for element designation using a hash mark (#) for ID elements and a period (.) for Class elements.
- Your Feed Widget Title
Please use the header (title) of the feed widget that you will use.