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Add a Christmas Wishing Widget Script to your Blogger Blog

The holiday season is the perfect time to spruce up your Blogger blog and spread some Christmas cheer to your readers. One of the best ways to do this is by adding festive widgets that bring a touch of the holiday spirit to your website. In this article, we'll show you how to add Christmas widgets to your Blogger blog using HTML/JavaScript widgets in the layout. Whether it's a countdown to Christmas, snowfall animations, or other festive elements, these widgets can add that extra special something to your blog during the holiday season.

Widget Looks like this

Step 1: Find or Create Your Christmas Widget 

Before you can add a Christmas widget to your Blogger blog, you'll need to find or create one.

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<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/font-awesome/6.2.0/css/all.min.css" />
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<div id='fbox-background'>
<div id='fbox-close'>
<div id='fbox-display'>
<div id='fbox-button'>
    <div class="christmas-card">
        <i class="icon fas fa-tree"></i>
        <i class="icon fas fa-tree"></i>
        <i class="icon fas fa-tree"></i> 
        <i class="icon fas fa-gift"></i>
        <i class="icon fas fa-bell"></i> 
        <i class="icon fas fa-star"></i>
        <p class="message">Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!</p>
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Step 2: Get the Widget Embed Code 

Once you've chosen the perfect Christmas widget, you'll typically be provided with an above embed code. Above code contains both HTML and JavaScript elements that make the widget work. Be sure to copy this code as you'll need it for the next steps.

Step 3: Log In to Your Blogger Dashboard 

Log in to your Blogger account and access the Blogger dashboard. This is where you'll make changes to your blog's layout and add widgets.

Step 4: Access the Layout Editor 

Navigate to the "Layout" section in your Blogger dashboard. The Layout editor is where you can arrange and customize widgets on your blog's layout.

Step 5: Add an HTML/JavaScript Widget 

Now, it's time to add the Christmas widget to your blog's layout:

  • Determine where you want to place the widget. You can choose to add it to your blog's sidebar, header, footer, or any other widget area.
  • Click on the "Add a Gadget" or "Add a Widget" link in the chosen location.

Step 6: Select the HTML/JavaScript Widget 

In the gadget/widget selection window, look for the "HTML/JavaScript" widget option, and click on it to add it to your layout.

Step 7: Paste the Widget Code 

In the HTML/JavaScript widget configuration window, paste the code ABOVE for your Christmas widget that you obtained in Step 2.

Step 8: Configure Widget Settings (if necessary) 

Depending on the Christmas widget you've chosen, there may be settings you can configure within the HTML/JavaScript widget. These settings are specific to the widget and allow you to customize its appearance and behavior.

Step 9: Save the Widget and Layout Changes 

After adding the widget code and configuring any settings, click the "Save" or "Save widget" button to ensure your changes are saved.

Step 10: Preview and Publish 

Now, it's time to see how your Christmas widget looks on your blog. Preview your blog to make sure the widget appears as expected. If everything looks good, click "Save arrangement" or "Save" in the Layout editor to apply the changes to your live blog.

By following these steps, you can easily add festive Christmas widgets to your Blogger blog and create a joyful and engaging experience for your readers during the holiday season. Whether it's a countdown, snowfall, or other holiday-themed elements, these widgets can make your blog feel warm and welcoming, spreading the holiday spirit to all who visit. So, go ahead and add some festive flair to your Blogger blog this Christmas!