HTML5 is a core technology markup language of the Internet used for structuring and presenting content for the World Wide Web. As of October 2014 released the final and complete fifth revision of the HTML standard of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We can use HTML 5 massively for web development.
HTML 5 symbol is often necessary for showing icons in Blogger template. Formerly we used to add symbolic image by hosting in other image hosting site, which is not developer friendly. Because it accidently deleted the images from hosting server then image will not display in Blogger site. For this reason currently different trends are following by the web developer. They are now using symbolic icon code for displaying necessary icons in website. Similarly we in Blogger platform we can use different symbolic icon which is necessary for various purpose. Such as trademark, copyright, registered symbols. Generally those icons placed at the bottom of the Blogger site in credit section. There are many blogger use those icons for protect their content and code.
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Though those icons are very important for Blogger for various purpose use. For this reason I will share a tutorial that how easily we can use those icons in Blogger credit section by using HTML 5 codes. Please follow the below steps-
Step 1 Log in to your Blogger Account and Go to your Blogger Dashboard
Step 2 Click on Now click on -> Template -> Edit HTML
Step 3 Now find the credit section of your Blogger template. This will be just like below-
All Rights Reserved.......
Step 4 Copy the any code from below and Paste the code after that line.
Example like below-
- All Rights Reserved © 2015
Step 5 Now simply hit the Save template Button.
Now check your Blog to see the HTML 5 symbolic Icons. Those icons won't affect your template loading time. And Your Blog will make more professional. From my point of view, we should divert to using HTML 5 icons for enhancing user experience of Blogger template. If you have any query regarding this then feel free to leave a comment below and stay tunes for more HTML 5 tutorials. Thanks.