Wednesday, 22 August 2007

About this template

This is a demonstration blog for the Rounders 3 Three Column Template.

Features: Additional Label Cloud customized to suit the template colors, and AddThis social bookmark buttons to enable readers to add your posts to their favorite social bookmarking sites (eg: Digg, Reddit, Technorati)

You can download the XML template free below (right click and choose "Save As"):

Download Rounders 3 Three Column Template

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Lenny Oberg said...

just seeing how this works

Anonymous said...

Great template...this might be useful to you...

Bug: When you add a picture widget you get an extra underscore directly after the picture.

Fix: This happens because there is an extra space after the quickedit/image/IMG tag which is generated. To fix this do the following:
1. Save a copy of your current template
2. Open the template and look for the image tag which is <IMG expr:alt='data:title' expr:height='data:height' expr:id='data:widget.instanceId + "_img"' expr:src='data:sourceUrl' expr:width='data:width'/> under the 'quickedit' section toward the bottom.
3. When you find this line, you will notice that there is an </A> end tag after it on the line below and though it may look like it follows the ">" before it, there is actually a space or two (or tab) hiding in there.
4. To fix it, remove/delete all spaces between ...='data:width'/> and </A> so it looks like this:
<IMG expr:alt='data:title' expr:height='data:height' expr:id='data:widget.instanceId + "_img"' expr:src='data:sourceUrl' expr:width='data:width'/></A>
5. Save the template and you should be all set.

Kudo's again.

A Library Girl said...

I was thrilled to find this template since it meant I wouldn't have to figure out how to add a third column to the Rounders template I was using, but there are a few things that are bothering me.

1. I can't configure the posts - I used to not include my labels at the bottom of each post, but for some reason none of the changes I make in the "configure blog posts" window get applied. The changes save, and are still there when I look at the "configure" window, but they're not applied when I view my blog.
2. Have you noticed the light blue links in the comments and backlinks areas of individual posts? In the original Rounders template, these links are underlined and black (or close to black), and much easier to read. I'd like to make them black again, but I'm not sure what I'd need to change.

I'm trying to figure out how to fix these issues, but I'm very much a beginner when it comes to coding, and I know almost nothing about programming or scripting. The link color seems like it might be a coding issue, so I stand a chance of fixing that, if I can figure out what in the CSS I need to change, but the problems with configuring sound out of my league.

If anyone's figured out solutions to these issues, I'd love to hear them.

A Library Girl said...

By the way, since it might not be clear where the light blue links are, since they really are nearly invisible, in the demo they're the dates at the bottom of each comment.

NesAn said...


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Gilmar de Oliveira said...

Hi friend, okay? I hope so. I needed the html template 3 columns that you posted, but I can not, if you happen to send to my email I will be grateful, okay? Thanks! whenever I visualize gives an error would love to have a blogger three columns.