********************* BLOCK TEMPLATE *********************
The template's name: Block.

Block template arranges posts in a grid layout. Each post area is a two column design with a right sidebar. The entire template is mobile-friendly and fully responsive (use and/or to test out the responsiveness) which makes transitioning from one device to another easy!
The design simple, modern and includes gold colors, the post area is 636px in width and has been optimized for the pictures to take the full width of the post as long as they're set to the "Original Size", the sidebar is 290px wide.

  • Header image.
  • Customized and responsive menu bar.
  • Customized post footer, date and popular posts.
  • Customized comments section (see first post).
  • Customized highlighted text, (select any text on the template).
  • 14 Customized social media buttons with a transparent background.
  • Fully responsive Design (use and/or to test out the responsiveness).
  • Custom Blockquote.
  • A small credit design at the bottom of this template.
  • Customized sidebar.
  • Custom mobile template (View the template).
  • The text in the post area is always justified unless changed while writing/editing a post.

✩✩✩The template contains: 
  • 14 gold social media buttons.
  • XML template file.
  • Social Media code in a text file.
  • Header image PSD file.
  • PDF file for instructions on how to install the template.
  • Terms of Use.
On the Internet, pagination is used for such things as displaying a limited number of results on search engine results pages, or showing a limited number of posts when viewing a forum thread.
There is a setting on Blogger/ Layout, Click Edit Post:

Sometimes Blogger will show a number of posts on a certain page less than the number chosen and that's because of the auto pagination
This problem is noticeable in grid layouts and to avoid it, the best solutions are:
  •  Add a Jump Break in the long posts, but keep the content before the Jump Break shorter.

  • Avoid posting images hosted on external servers (other than Blogger).
  • Avoid posting too many images, unless it's necessary.
There is no gap between posts when viewed on Safari:

Tested on the latest versions of the 4 most used browsers

If you have any questions, contact me at:

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