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Blogspot How To: Change Post Title Color in Blogger Template Designer Templates



I have received a lot of comments on a previous post. Readers are asking how to change the post title color in the new Blogger Template Designer templates. Well, here is a very simple step by step tutorial for you.We'll make some changes in the template CSS and then you'll be able to customize post title without any coding stuff.

Warning: Before making any changes, you must backup your existing layout:

Blogspot How to: Backup Your Blogger (Blogspot) Template

Steps to Make Post Title Font Customizable in the Blogger Template Designer Templates.


  1. Open the Template section.
  2. Blogger Updated Dashboard
  3. Click the Edit HTML button.
  4. Blogger Edit HTML Button
  5. You'll see following page with a LOT of code. Don't worry, just expand <b:skin>...</b:skin>.
  6. After expanding the code in previous step, scroll down a bit and you'll see this code:
    /* Variable definitions
       ====================
  7. REPLACE the above code with the following one:
    /* Variable definitions
       ====================
    
       <Group description="Post Title Color" selector="h3.post-title">
         <Variable name="post.title.link.color" description="Link Color" type="color" default="#ff0000" value="#ff0000"/>
         <Variable name="post.title.hover.color" description="Link Hover Color" type="color" default="#0000ff" value="#00ffff"/>
         <Variable name="post.title.color" description="Color on Post Page" type="color" default="#ff00ff" value="#ff00ff"/>
       </Group>

    Don't save or preview your template yet. Proceed to the next step.
  8. Now find this code:
    ]]></b:skin>
    and REPLACE it with the following one:
    h3.post-title { color:$(post.title.color); }
    h3.post-title a, h3.post-title a:visited { color:$(post.title.link.color); }
    h3.post-title a:hover { color:$(post.title.hover.color); }
    
    ]]></b:skin>
  9. Click the Preview button. You'll see the post title color as blue. Don't worry you can change it later in Blogger Template Designer. Save your template and click the Close button.

Hurray, Coding Done! Go & Customize the Post Title in Template Designer!

Simply click the Customize tab to open the Blogger Template Designer. Select Advanced from the left options. You'll see Post Title Color at the top.:
There are 3 options in the Post Title Color. Here is their detail: Link Color: This is the color of the post title as a link. Any change to this option will appear in the Template Designer. Link Hover Color: This color will appear when someone brings mouse over the post title. Any change to this option will not be visible in the Template Designer. You'd have to Apply the change, open the blog and bring your mouse over the post title to see the change in color. Color on Post Page: This is the color of the post title on post page when post title is not a link. Again, you'd have to Apply the change and open some post title page to see the affect.

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289 comments:

  1. that works very good! Thanks so much!

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  2. you know how you've managed to exclude the post title from taking on the link colour, is there any way of doing this for the links in the gadgets at the side?

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  3. blog address:
    http://spottersbadge.blogspot.com/

    as you can see, just want to change the links at the side to black and keep the blue colour for the links in the text.

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  4. @ Mark Critchley, send me your template.

    levisinside0@gmail.com

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  5. thanks but i managed to work it out after an hour or two. just added 'li' to the code, but thanks anyway.

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  6. thank youuuuuu soo much..you are god

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  7. This was great, thank you. But mine only says "Post Title Color" not "Post Title" for the adjustments to change font/size. I took a screen shot of it. So, my choices under that are..I have post title color, color, hover color..etc. Now I have 2 title colors, only the "Post Title Color" link changes color, the second one does not, hover doesn't either.
    Hope that makes sense.

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  8. @ Kara, huh wish I could understand what you're trying to say. Anyways, you can send me your template file.

    levisinside0@gmail.com

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  9. perfect! great! thanks much!

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  10. Thanks so much for this!

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  11. Very easy to follow even for a beginner, thank you!

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  12. Any suggestions for changing the font to a google embeded font? I can find lots of tutorials, but none for the new design templates. Help!

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  13. Thank you sooo much! A a newbie to blogging, this has really helped me :)

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  14. @ ladyliberty, Google has enabled custom fonts for new templates. Just go to the Template Designer and you'll find new fonts there.

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  15. Hey, firstly thanks very much for the tutorial!

    I have a small but annoying problem with the post titles on my blog. As you can see here: http://syd-film-blog.blogspot.com/ on the home page, my titles are red, which I want them to be.

    But when you click through to the posts (e.g. here: http://syd-film-blog.blogspot.com/2011/01/philip-k-dick-blogathon-conclusion.html), the title changes to grey, as is the 'Post a Comment' heading.
    Also, when I look at the preview for an unfinished blog post, the heading is in grey as well.

    Any ideas about how to change these to red too?

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  16. @ Emma, please download your template file mail it to me:

    levisinside0@gmail.com

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  17. Wow - thank you for this! Just used it on the 'simple' template for a new blog I'm working on and it worked like a charm! I greatly appreciate your work here.

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  18. Thank you so much! My post titles are now exactly how I want them to be :) You're a legend!

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  19. works great! thanks so much for sharing this, the best tutorial ive seen.

    I have the same issue with Emma, any idea how to change this?

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  20. @ A, then you have to do the same thing as Emma did. Send me your template file.

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  21. No one else seems to have had a problem, but I have! When I added the HTML code and tried to save it, I got the message:

    We were unable to save your template
    Please correct the error below, and submit your template again.
    Invalid variable declaration in page skin: This is not a valid type for a variable. Input: null

    I cut and pasted the code so I'm not sure where I could have gone wrong, but obviously, somewhere, I did.

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  22. @ Even in Australia, please see the steps 2 & 3 carefully and also see their result. You have to add the step 2 code INSIDE the step 3 code.

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  23. Hi,
    Thank's for the information but, it's not working for me.

    This is what I have with step 3






    After this it's impossible for me to save?
    What's wrong
    Thank's

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  24. I've followed steps 2 and 3, but I can't find the

    .post {
    margin: 0 0 25px 0;
    }

    in my edit HTML box. Do you know what the problem could be?

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  25. @ Manon, what error are you getting??? Please explain!

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  26. @ Beth Simmons, gimme your blog address!

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  27. Thanks or this post... it seems to be working for most of the people but not for me... :S

    It seems like the post title options are splitted in my template.

    I have a list of variable definitions where it reads, among other things: "post title color" type="color" default="#f80" value="#ff8000" (it was just #FFFFF before, but i want it orange so I changed it, but didnt work.

    Then, there's the same stuff about the sidebar and blogtitle and the postfooterfont.

    And then, if I scroll down it says "post title strong" and "post title hover" after which i have changed the color again (ffff to ff80 for it to be orange). Still not working...

    Am I overlooking something? I used ctrl-F... there's no more matches specifiying color or appareance for the post title :S

    I'd be really thankful if you could help me out :S

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  28. Hi I have the same problem as Beth Simmons, I do not have that code

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  29. hello, im using a blogger template. and i found that there's no date shown on each post. may i noe how to add date header on each post?

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  30. @ GharHira, what template are you using???

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  31. @ SignVideo, without knowing your template, I can't help.

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  32. @ XiuQi, download your template file and send it to me, make sure to ask the question in the email as well.

    http://www.betatemplates.com/p/about-contact.html

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  33. Best guide ever. The preset post title using grey color is just too blend. Thanks for your info.

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  34. Thanks a bunch for this tutorial! The code in my template (picture window) wasn't quite the same but I managed to make it work without anything exploding so I think I'm good. I appreciate you taking the time to post this. Cheers!

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  35. Hi, Thanks for the information. I can change the color now, but can't change the font or the size. Could someone help?

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  36. @ Nathan, please send me your template file :)

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    1. I have the same problem now I can change the colour but not the font:( how can I solve this problem?

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    2. Hi Agnieszka, I'll also solve this problem on email.

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  37. I tried this and part of it worked. http://littlebearstudio.blogspot.com

    I see now that I can change the post title color and hover color, but when I save and then actually view the blog (not preview, I realize that), only the title color is changed. The hover color is a grey, though that is not what I chose and saved.

    Help! And thanks!

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  38. @ Jainnie, you have to send me your template file so that I can check it myself.

    levisinside0@gmail.com

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  39. So first I have to back up my blog template (?) and then I have to go through SEVEN additional steps just to change the color of the title of each post? Why can't you make it as straight forward as changing the font color in other places on the blog?

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  40. @ Grandma and Grandpa Crosby, I don't know ho Blogger guys have missed it. It should've been available by default.

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  41. you are great. its really a great post. thanx a lot.

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  42. OMG it is really work. It helps me . thanks a lot.

    many many thanks.

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  43. Thank you so much. This was getting so frustrating and these instructions was exactly what I needed.

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  44. I used these instructions before, and got them to work! This time, I can get the option to change the post title, but when I change it, it won't ACTUALLY change the post title! Help! I can't figure it out!

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  45. Nevermind, I figured it out!!! THank you so much for this helpful info!!

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  46. Hooray...Great stuff! Very well explained.

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  47. Same prob. As Lyndsey had- I get the option, but it won't actually change the color.

    Didn't have this code:
    .post {
    margin: 0 0 25px 0;
    }

    So I just had to add it.

    I'm using the Picture Window template.

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  48. @ Valentine Wiggin, please email me your template file:

    levisinside0@gmail.com

    Do mention your problem in the email.

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  49. Hi Bilal,

    You have a great website and I like your tutorial very useful. Please help me. I want to increase the font size of my Post Title and Reduce the size of the date header (this should be smaller than the post title). I don't see the codes you mentioned above in my own template. I'm using Blogger Picture Window Template. Thanks

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  50. @ Stephen Sungkip, replied to your email.

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  51. Hi Bilal,

    the explanation is great and easy to understand. Thank you!
    But unfortunately when I choose the color it does not change on the Blog - what did I do wrong? Any idea? The HTML-Code looks like this:







    Blogger Template Style
    Name: Simple

    Thank you for your help!

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  52. Hey, worked GREAT! So why the heck didn't Blogger do this??

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  53. Can you please help me? I can't change my blog post title to the colour I want. I tried your tutorial but it still won't work :(

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  54. @ Xmizz YasminX, gimme your blog address.

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  55. @ Heidrun Irmer, what template are you using? Do you apply changes by clicking 'APPLY TO BLOG' button?

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  56. hey there! thanks so much for the help on this one. i do have one prob though, although the colors work when in the main page, when i click on to that specific blog to open it solely on one page, the post title color changes similar to the page text color. this was the same case i was hoping to solve before i added your tip with the codes. but your code does work btw. i just don't know how to fix it, is there anyway to like, not make it follow the page text color when opened as a single post?

    thanks for the help! :)

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  57. never mind! got it! sorry for troubling you!

    added this code:

    h3.post-title {
    font: $(post.title.font) !important;
    color: $(post.title.text.color) !important;
    }

    got it from this guy: http://www.southernspeakers.net/2011/05/blogger-post-title-looks-different-in.html

    you might want to add that to your blog.. the part where the colors might change when in the main page or in the post page. :D

    again, thanks a bunch for the tips right here! :D

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  58. Hurray!! You are brilliant. Your tutorial is easy to follow. Thanks for sharing this. Keep up the good job

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  59. I tried to go the easy route and just change it under Advanced but I am not seeing the "post title" option. I only see "post" which allows me to change the title font, background color, and border color (but not title color); and "post footer" which is not what I want. I attempted the code which didn't work, but I will try again. Any help will be much appreciated. I somehow got my first post to be the correct color, but the second post is showing up in the post color instead of post title color. hm...

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  60. Hey, it worked! Thanks for the tut.

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  61. I feel brilliant! First time I've tried any kind of coding since I learned Fortran about 100 years ago in college. Thanks so much!

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  62. Hi,
    I've done steps 1-4 fine but I can't seem to find the step 5 code anywhere in my blog. I've been through it several times and I just can't find it. Where exactly should it be?
    Thanks
    (Also, I'm going on holiday tommorrow so I might not be able to give feedback straight away)

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  63. tried again to change post title color and got this response: nvalid variable declaration in page skin: "The skin variables could not be parsed as they are not well-formed. Input:" ...any suggestions?

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  64. It's very nice of you to help people like this BUT--its Google/Blogger's job to fix this bug. That's what it is--when it should work but doesn't--a BUG. So in addition to all the kudos, I hope someone has filed a bug report with Blogger.
    No, I'm not trolling, I have this problem. I just wanted to test a new color for blog posts and found the palette didn't show up, wtf. But it was just a whim, not a necessity. That should have taken no more than 2 seconds of my time. On principle I WILL NOT do Blogger's job for it--unless I'm inspired, and then I'll probably choose a different template. I have edited HTML--for options/fx Blogger understandably can't easily provide. Color of blog post titles is not one of those things. But hey, if I change my mind, I know where to go! ;)

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  65. Thanks the colour changed! But now I can't change the font type! HELP?!
    Do I have to go back and change the HTML?
    Thanks ~Hannah xx

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  66. hello,
    You seem so brilliant.. can you help me? My html seems to be different from what you explain so can I send you my html text in the hope that you can work out what is wrong, as my post title will not change colour at all.... I managed to get the colour option chart and hover colour chart to appear following your instructions but cannot do the 2nd part so still no change for the colour of my choice.

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  67. @ RestlessinFrance, send me your template file along with detailed explanation of your problem:

    levisinside0@gmail.com

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  68. how can i create a subpage under a page????

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  69. @ Madhusudan, can you show any example about what you are talking about?

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  70. my blogs header background is brown-but it changes to colour black.how do i sort out this problem.i need background to be brown.

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  71. Hi there,

    I think I share the same problem with most commenters here. After four months of being really happy with my blog graphics, last night II accidentally erased the title and description and now can't edit the font or color. I am super bummed about this.

    I am not a code person, so the thought of going in and messing with the HTML myself is scary.

    Can you help me?

    Tiffanie

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  72. Isn't it a solution for the viewer.This can inform the viewer how to change post, title color and e.t.c.

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  73. I know its stupid questions but I can't find the 'edit html' in the new interface.

    Help??

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  74. Thank you for sharing this! It's really appreciated.

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  75. @ Lauren, thanks for asking that question. It is indeed tricky to reach 'Edit HTML' in the new Blogger interface.
    On the Dashboard, click the drop down arrow in front of every blog. Select 'Template' from there. Click 'Edit HTML' on the new page. A new pop up window will open. Click 'Proceed' and you'll see the blog's HTML.

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  76. I'm sorry. I dunno if i'm just blind or anything but i cant seem to find the ...

    .post {
    margin: 0 0 25px 0;
    }

    .. i hope you can help me, I just started my own blog,so. yeah. Thanks much! :)
    blog address:

    http://unintrovertedthoughts.blogspot.com/

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  77. @ Ms, Liberty, email me your template file with detailed explanation of your problem.

    levisinside0@gmail.com

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  78. Thank you sooooo much! I'm still having some problems, but I'm beginning to see the light.

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  79. Worked like charm. Thanks a lot for posting this for us.

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  80. Thanks a lot:)It works!n easily explained.Thanx again...

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  81. can't find the following code:

    .post {
    margin: 0 0 25px 0;
    }

    what to do?

    just started a blog and i'am still figuring out how things work..

    thanks!

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  82. @ Eva V., I've updated the tutorial, please see the step 4 again.

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  83. Hi..

    I can't even find the 1st code as u described in my HTML coding. I want to reduce my font size too cause it seem too big for the blog. Can u help me? My blog add "novelloverzz@blogspot.com".

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  84. @ Liz, you're using a custom template so, I'm afraid, I won't be able to help you.

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  85. Thats ok @Bilal.. Thanks anyway..:(

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  86. Hi! I followed these steps and everything worked perfectly but all of my previously added CSS code were deleted after I added these codes to html and now when I start to add them again....for centering post titles and date headers...nothing happens, CSS stop working. Could this be related? Please help! I am using simple template and my blog is http://thebasicss.blogspot.com.

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  87. @ ANA, I've seen your blog. Looks like you've fixed it yourself :)

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  88. I can't get it to work. I've tried numerous times trying different suggestions from different bloggers. I wonder if I've installed some code that's preventing me from changing it. My blog address is www.jenx67.com. Thanks for your help, jen

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  89. @ Jennifer James, Hi! I think you've already completed the step 6 of the tutorial. Codes are there. As you suspected, there is an additional line of code which is responsible for post title color. So, find the following code in your HTML:

    .post h3 {
    margin-top: 5px;
    font-size: 175%;
    font-family: Georgia;
    font-weight: Normal;
    color: #bf0606;
    border-bottom:5px dotted #444444;
    }


    This is the culprit :) Just REPLACE it with the following code:

    .post h3 {
    margin-top: 5px;
    font-size: 175%;
    font-family: Georgia;
    font-weight: Normal;
    color: $(post.title.color);
    border-bottom:5px dotted #444444;
    }


    Save your template. Now whatever you configure as your post title color in Template Designer, it will definitely apply.

    P.S. Don't forget to give a link back to BetaTemplates. The link can be found at the bottom.

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  90. Hey thanks for this it worked perfectly like a charm, I'll be subscribing to your rss fees as a reward Thanks again

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    1. Hi Aiping, thanks and I'd really appreciate if you could link back to this blog. The link code is available in the footer.

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  91. Assalamalaikum,
    Brother im having problems with the template m not able to find the
    above codes in step 2 and step 3 ..and m using custom template ...
    my blog is www.androidcop.blogspot.com
    please let me know how to change the background of my blog and the font of the text ?

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    1. Walaikum Asalam Hassan, I've updated the tutorial. Please follow again.

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  92. hi! nice hack, helps a lot so thanks. the only problem i ran into is that i cannot change post title font size. i mean.. the changes i make in template editor won't affect the post title font size. the color changing part works just fine. some advise please?
    thanks

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    1. Hi mihnea, I've completely changed the tutorial. Please have a look again and make sure to remove the changes of previous tutorial.

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  93. thank you for share Bilal Aslam..
    good information

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  94. This is really helpful. Keep it up :)God bless

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  95. So happy to find a tutorial that actually worked for me. Thanks!

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  96. This didn't work for me :( I got a message that says "Error parsing XML, line 18, column 4: The character sequence "]]>" must not appear in content unless used to mark the end of a CDATA section." Please help. Thanks.

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    1. Hi Rachel, Can you tell me which template you're using and what is your blog address?

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  97. You've saved my sanity! Muchas gracias!!

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    1. Hi Sarah, I would really appreciate if you could add a link back to this blog. The link code is available at the bottom of this page.

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  98. I did everything that you mentioned above, but this is what I got with the preview button, I get this

    Invalid variable declaration in page skin: The skin variables could not be parsed as they are not well-formed. Input:
    Error 500

    What am I doing wrong ?

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    1. Hi Nick, please email me your template file:

      levisinside0@gmail.com

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  99. Thank you! I got the parsing error the first time, but redid it a second time and worked!

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  100. This isn't working for me. I'm using the simple white template. I added the code and it brought up the post title color, but when I click on the colors and apply the changes, nothing is being done. I want my post title colors to be a light pink, but it just keeps staying blue.

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    1. @ Amber, please give me your blog address!

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  101. I got this message all the time...The character sequence "]]>" must not appear in content unless used to mark the end of a CDATA section.
    Error 500...I'm trying to change my blog template to minima and be able to change the title post in Pink. Many Thanks
    http://italianbeautyqueen.blogspot.it/
    http://italianbeautyqueeninuk.blogspot.it/ (I'm practising on this!!!)

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    1. Hi Maya, please send me the template file of your test blog.

      levisinside0@gmail.com

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  102. thanks a lot.:) works like a charm..:) wonder why blogger dint give that option by default.. Cheers..!

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  103. thanks for the tips.it works wonder for me :)

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  104. Thanks! It worked like a charm. If only I could now decide how I like the post titles best.

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    1. Hi Jelli, glad it worked for you. I would appreciate if you could add a link back to this blog, thanks.

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  105. Sorry to add to your number of questions, but I've followed your tutorial and my colour drop down boxes have arrived in my advanced template customisation however it's just not changing the colour on my actual blog :( Any ideas?
    Thanks and sorry to be a pain

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    1. Hi Chantal Loves Vintage, no problem! Just send me your template file with the question.

      levisinside0@gmail.com

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  106. Thank you very much for such helpful tutorials. I have managed to change the colour of my post titles to black using your method. However, I cannot change the font - the last post I created is exactly how I want my post titles to look. It worked on this one when I created the post on June 12th, but the older posts won't change font. I don't believe I have the html code required.

    Would you be able to help me? My blog address is: http://wanderingsineden.blogspot.co.uk/

    Thanks so much.

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    1. Hi Kathleen Duffy, please send me your template file with this question and your blog address. I'll have a look at it.

      levisinside0@gmail.com

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  107. Can you tell me how to change the color of my links they are a hideous blue that you cannot see on my blog. thanks

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    1. Hi Barbara Delaney, please send me your template file with this question and your blog address. I'll have a look at it.

      levisinside0@gmail.com

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  108. thank you so much

    it works!

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  109. Thanks Buddy this is really informative...

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  110. Hello! I followed these steps and I can now see the "post title color" option under advanced, but the colors I choose don't show up. I was so excited that it was finally gonna work! But then it didn't.
    Earnestyle.blogspot.com

    Should I send you my template file?

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    1. Hi Nathyness, yup send me the template file.

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  111. Thank you, thank you, thank you ... Somehow I had two different colors of post headings and this fixed it! For once I found something on line that actually was a help and worked!

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    1. Hi Nancy, thanks for appreciation. Please support this site by linking back to it. Link code is available at the bottom.

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  112. YESS!! Thank you Thank you Thank you!! It worked!

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  113. I've got a little question...
    This hole thing worked out very good, thanks for this :)
    BUT in fact now the mobile layout is messed up.. it doesn't look like the mayor layout anymore , it's just black and white now.
    What can I do, to have the mobile layout with my user-defined layout again? Before I did the coding it worked out well.
    Thanks for helping :)

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    1. Hi Juli, I don't think that the tutorial changes mobile layout but anyway email me your template file, I'll have a look at it.


      levisinside0@gmail.com


      Please also include your blog address and question in the email.

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  114. Hi,
    I cant seem to find the correct 'skin' code on my template, I found one, replaced it with the code, but then when i go on my blog it says that it isnt working.
    Thanks!

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    1. Hi Soph, please download and email me your template file.

      levisinside0@gmail.com

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  115. Hi... I have followed all the steps very carefully and replaced all the codes as you have told. But when i click on preview button, it shows the following error-

    Invalid variable declaration in page skin: The skin variables could not be parsed as they are not well-formed. Input:

    Pls help..
    Thextremetips.blogspot.in

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    1. Hi Hitesh, you are using a custom template and this tutorial works only on the default Blogger templates.

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  116. Thank you sooo much. Not being able to change it was REALLY annoying.
    Just so you know, when I put in the code, the titles first went red, not blue as you stated. I just thought I'd mention it to avoid any confusion. Unless of course, it's only me, then just ingore ;)

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    1. mine went red too...!!! but good thing is one can now edit to whatever color you want.

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  117. It worked!! I was going crazy not being able to change my post color. Thank you soo much.

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  118. You rock! You are now officially my blogging hero. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Raven, Kindly add a link of betatemplates.com on your blog. I'll really appreciate that.

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    1. Hi Darling, I've checked your both blogs and your post titles are already centered so, why are you complaining here?

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  120. I did all of this and all three options now show up, but when I select the color I want, noting changes. Any suggestions?

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  121. Great post, it worked perfectly!!

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    1. Hi Dawn, kindly add a link back to betatemplates.com to support it. The link code is available at the bottom of this page.

      Regards,
      Bilal Aslam

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  122. It says Error 500 that it can't be done. I soooo want to change this font etc. Help!

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