Some Blogger Template Errors and How to Fix Them
While doing some changes in blogger template there is chances to many errors
So,now i will show that how to fix some of the errors in this article
As i guess that every blogger who customize their blog’s template,they must get one of the following blog’s template error as given below
XML error message: The entity name must immediately follow the ‘&’ in the entity reference.
customizing your template. Just look out for the place where you modified the
codes on your template. I am sure you’ll find the following symbol – &,
somewhere in the newly inserted code. Just add amp; to the right of the symbol
or in other words, suffix amp; with that symbol to fix the error.
detail. The element type may be src or type or class or id or anything for that
matter – not necessary that it should always be href. Well, it is pretty simple
to solve this one! You just missed an a quotation mark some where in the code.
Consider the example below.
images on your blogger template. This error occurs when you miss out a trailing
slash ( / )that should appear before you close the img tag. This could be
better explained with an example as shown below.
template. This error message is usually accompanied by another message that
indicates the actual reason for this reason. To overcome this error message on
your Blogger template, follow the guide given
below to find what is the actual error on your template and how to fix theme.
try to save your template – usually occurs when you try to shift tabs between
“Page Elements” and “Edit HTML”. To avoid this error just
make sure you save your widgets at their respective positions before you shift
the tabs. Clearing your browser cookies too might help sometimes. One more
advice to overcome this error, try to save your template by manual deletion/removal
of widgets using “Page Elements” than using the wrench icon to delete
blogger template. When you define two different skin on your template this
error takes place. Make sure you delete one and the problem should be fixed.
occurs when the id name is found to the same at two instances. Just change the
id name to solve this issue. For example, from id=’HTML5′ to
id=”HTML57″ – a unique name that does not appear anywhere on your
Hope you solve the above errors successfully in your Blogger template. There
are plenty of more errors which you might have encountered. If you know any
other error, that you been encountered, share them via comment box below. I
will try to fix it up for you.