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How to Put Facebook Like Button on Each Blogger Post

Friends, we have already added the different Facebook like box like sidebar static Facebook Like Box, Facebook Pop Up Like Box and many other Facebook widget. But We had forgotten about Facebook like button, so here I am just giving a bunch of code to add the Facebook like button in the every blog posts of the blogger blog. But this do not work in the blogger page. This only works on the posts of blogger blog.

Because of the popularity of the Facebook, its every widget is valuable for every business work. So as Facebook Like button is very significant for a blogger article because, if we use Facebook like button, then readers can like that article which helps to increase the visitors on your article through Facebook.

Lets just move toward the steps that you should apply while adding facebook like button in every blogger posts:

Facebook Like Button On Every Blogger PostStep 01: As usual login to your blogger account Step 02: Now go to template>>edit html Step 03: Then just find ou…

Percentage Calculator Widget for Blogger and Website

Friends, this time I have come bringing a percentage calculator widget for you. This widget just calculate the percentage of any given number. This is just a simple html and javascript widget which is very easy to make it if you are familiar with basic html and javascipt. You should only put the base number and the real number, the which percentage is you would like to find out. Just copy the below code into your blogger and in order to do so, you just login into your blogger account and then go to the layout and click on add gadget. Now you choose html/javascript and paste the below code.

And if you want to show into your site, then just paste the css in between the <style>and </style> and javascript code in between the <script> and </script>
Javascript Percentage Calculator <style>
input{ height:20px; border-radius:5px; margin-top:10px;}
a{font-size:8px;} </style>
<script>
function myfunction()
{
var a=document.f1.first.value;
var b=document.…