What Happened to My Nav Bar?

Well, nothing happened; I removed it!
Honestly, the only relevant word in that piece of HTML code
that I understand
is "navbar."
Now, although I am not a programmer, and my knowledge of HTML is almost zilch, I somehow managed to get it done. Ask me how I did it, and wouldn't be explain matters more than a child could explain how the toys were all scattered. I somehow managed to do it!

Now all you blogging geeks would laugh at me. That's OK! After all, I learned this from one of you.

How I did it:
I went to my blogger dashboard>Layout>Edit HTML and just inserted the following piece of HTML code in my blogger template between the head-head tags:

#navbar-iframe {
   display: none !important;


Don't I sound like an expert? Honestly, the only relevant word in that piece of HTML code that I understand is "navbar."

One of you expert bloggers told me that there is nothing explicitly mentioned in the Google terms against hiding the Nav Bar. Should you point out to me that Google would get angry, I'll put the Nav Bar back on right away. After all, no one wants to be on the wrong side of the terms framed by the mighty search engine giant Google.

-ContentScoop
August 27, 2009

1 comment:

busstoped said...

I don't think it's against the Blogger Tos also I think the nav bar sucks

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