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How to insert HTML, CSS, and JavaScript on blogger post or page

 

insert HTML, CSS, and JavaScript on blogger post or page

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Everyone knows that you can add HTML scripts to your blog posts. But many blogger users are less likely to know that CSS scripts and even JavaScript can be added to a blogger post or page. Yes, we can use some CSS Script and JavaScript in blogger posts as well. But the blogger does not directly facilitate this. But we can add CSS and JavaScript to our blogger post or page using a little trick. This is a little coding trick. This can be done in a very easy way. Let’s see below how to do it.

How to Insert HTML Script on blogger post or page

If you want to add HTML Script to your blogger website, blogger has a feature directly to it. You can do this by clicking on the compose mode option on the left side of the post or page in your blogger and converting it to HTML mode and adding your custom HTML scripts to the blogger post or page of course wherever you want.

How to Insert CSS Script on blogger post or page

Your blogger post or page
Switch from composing mode to HTML mode. Then add the CSS Script you want to your post. Inputs the <style> tag at the beginning of your CSS Script. Then input the <\ style> tag where your CSS Script can be. Doing so will activate the CSS Script you added to your blogger post or page. Just keep in mind that this can be used for all CSS scripts.

How to Insert JavaScript Script on blogger post or page

To add javascript to your blogger post or page you must first open the post where you want to add javascript. Then you need to change that page from composing mode to HTML mode. Then you need to add your javascript in the column at the end of that page. Next, save the page by adding the tag where the javascript starts and the tag where the javascript ends. Now your javascript is ready to go. An important point is that if you use more than one javascript in your blogger post or page, you must do so separately for each javascript.

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