Create a Blog Button, Badge Code Box


Among the world of blogging, it seemed we would be doing ourselves a favor by having a badge, but it would even be better if we had the box that holds the html code for the badge. Learn How to Create a Simple Code Box for Blogger and have it readily available for your fellow bloggers. It is a friendly way to invite your fellow bloggers to “accept” you without shouting on the top of your lungs. They can just copy the code right off the code box and away they go with your badge. Whether they use it to feature your site on a blog hop or a spotlight blog, it would benefit you to have one ready.

When I first started blogging, I was perplexed to see badges and badge codes. I wondered why someone would want to have one and what the purpose was. I was so new to blogging and no wanted to display my site. At least they never asked, so I didn’t know. Well the day has come. I understand now why a website or blog would need to have a badge, because it is a representative of you and your site. And it takes time to send emails asking you about one, so it is much more convenient if you just had one already made up.

There are different ways to Create a Simple Code Box. Some are very time consuming, but this is the easiest and fastest way to make one, and guess what, it won’t be displaying a link to my website or anyone’s. So rests assure that this is the code box that you would want.

15 comments :

  1. I do have one...but thank you for sharing. I had no idea how to do it so I had to hire someone to do it. I am your newest follower..follow back if you would like..

    thank you,sherry

    http://splendiferousgirlsclub.blogspot.co

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  2. I wish I had seen this yesterday - it took me five hours to work out how to do it make a button and a box. Actually it's quite simple isn't it and as I'm an old dimwit and have done it anyone can do it.
    Great post.
    Carol

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  3. Hi, I'm over from the supermom hop and I'm glad i found your site. I will come back later and try and learn to create a button for my new blog.
    Thanks for posting this.
    http://www.dont-worry-bout-a-thing.blogspot.com

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  4. Hi! I am your newest follower! Greatly appreciate the follow back. Happy Friday!

    http://www.AMommysSweetBlogDesign.com
    Free Blogger Templates, Buttons, and Tutorials

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  5. HI, I'm a new follower with GFC, email, Facebook and Twitter.

    Hope you can stop by sometime

    Cindy

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  6. What a helpful site! I'm trying to build up my online presence and there are great resources here! Thanks.

    http://livinglifephotographically.blogspot.com/

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  7. Great post. I've already got a link to BB on my BB. :-) I've also just joined your site with RS on Facebook.

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  8. Great tutorial to create a code box..You're on your way to become a pro-blogger..

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  9. I can't believe the timing on your post, a friend of mine has been on me to get a button but I didn't know how to make one! I considered paying someone to do it for me but if I can I will try to figure it out myself. I will work on this new project this weekend!

    Your blog is FULL of great info for the new blogger, I love peeking in to see what I can do with my blog and I have actually learned some tips that have helped me along the way. I just won the 'Stylish Blogger' and picked you as one of my 15 blogs to pass the award to, the info on it is on my blog page, http://couponqueensthrone.blogspot.com/2011/01/i-won-award.html. Have a great weekend!!

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  10. Found your blog on a bloghop and am really excited. This explanation seems less intimidating than others I've read. I'm going to work on it!

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  11. Thanks for a great tutorial! I might make one for myself soon..

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  12. This is really helpful, thank you! I need to do this for my blog and wasn't sure how to even get started.'

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  13. Great tutorial! I've had so many people ask me how...and you really simplified my drawn out way of explaining it..lol.

    New follower! :)

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  14. Thanks for following my blog, I'm following you back! I was seriously wondering how to do this for a couple weeks now, but I've been to busy (lazy) to look it up! Thanks for this!

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  15. Thanks for this link, this will be helpful. Thanks for following Mommy Time Out

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