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How do I show the author profile for a post on Blogger or Blogspot?

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How do I show the author profile for a post on Blogger or Blogspot?

If you want to display the author profile after a post on Blogspot or Google Blogger, don’t forget to update your template’s HTML. Recently, Blogspot debuted the Author Profile gadget. It will show up above the comments and below the content.

Instead of the blog admin, it shows the profile of the blog post author. Simple requirements for using this widget are active Google profiles for blog authors.

Your Google profile photo will be displayed in the author profile box after being fetched. By editing your Google Profile and photo, you can change your profile information.

I’m sure you can’t wait to post this on your blog. Now, follow these instructions to display the author profile after each blog post. The task only requires a few clicks and won’t take more than a minute.

Steps to Show Author Profile Below Post

New User Interface

Visit the Blogger Dashboard

Choose a blog from the dropdown menu.

Select the “Layout” tab.

Customize the Blog Posts widget

Select “Show Author Profile Below Post” in the box.

To apply the changes, click the Save button.

Old User Interface

The steps listed below should be followed if you are still using the older Blogger interface.

Select a blog from the Blogger Dashboard.

Look for a layout.

Customize the Blog Posts widget

Select “Show Author Profile Below Post” in the checkbox.

You’re done once you save the changes.

You will be able to see the article author profile beneath posts on your blog once you have finished the above steps.

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The following is an example:

An example author profile for a blog

An example author profile for a blog

I hope you would introduce yourself to your readers in the author profile that appears beneath each blog entry. Thus, people will be more familiar with you.

Note: If the author profile below the post cannot be seen, then  are using a custom Blogger theme, and this widget is not allowed by your theme. In that case, ask your theme developer’s help.

 

WahhajNasir

Publisher and the founder of techsparkpk.com He works as a passionate blogger full-time. Technology, blogging, social media, and Education interests

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