MagPress Blogger Template

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MagPress Blogger Template

MagPress is a Clean and Elegant, 100% Responsive, 3 Columns Blogger Template with 2 Right Sidebars and 4 Columns Footer Widgets Area. MagPress Blogger Template has a Mobile Friendly Slider, 2 Navigation Menus, 468x60 Header Banner, Related Posts, Breadcrumb, Social and Share Buttons, Google Fonts, Tabbed Widget and More Features.

Template name : MagPress

Template type : 2 Sidebars, 3 Columns, 4 Columns Footer, Adapted from WordPress, Breadcrumb, Elegant, Featured Section, Responsive, Grey, jQuery Included, Header Banner, HTML5, Magazine, Minimalist, Mobile Friendly, Premium, Red, Related Posts with Thumbnails, 2 Right Sidebars, Slider, Share Buttons, Social Buttons, Tabbed widget, Top Navigation Menu, White

Release date : October 10, 2017

Author Name and URL : Lasantha Bandara / https://www.premiumbloggertemplates.com/

Original Designer URL : https://flexithemes.com/magpress-wordpress-theme/

Basic Instructions : How to install a Blogger template

Advanced Details : https://www.premiumbloggertemplates.com/magpress-blogger-template/

How to Configure MagPress Blogger Template

Read instructions given below to configure MagPress Blogger Template.

Main column area width is 460px.
There are with slider and without slider versions in this theme.

How To Configure Navigation Menus

How To Configure Featured Content Slider

How To Configure Blogger Tabs Widget

How To Add a Logo to Blogger Header

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11 Responses to “MagPress Blogger Template”

  1. i like this template but i have problem with the featured content slider.my image is smaller and won't fit to the slider box.can you help me fixed that?

  2. Thank you for this template 🙂 I have one question though, how can i increase the header logo for this and remove the ad space for the header part? I would like to insert my logo but the 270 by 43 is too small for me.

    thank you.

  3. Hi,

    I just installed this amazing template but how do I remove the 'Downloads', 'Business', etc as I do not need them at the moment. Maybe if I publish more posts, then I would like to use these. Is there a way to hide them temporarily so that it looks just like a bar below the blog title?

    At the moment, I just removed the text but the commands are still there.

    Thanks!

  4. Good nigth
    I appreciate the excellent template. One question please:
    To activate the secondary menu is the same procedure used for the primary menu ?
    Thank you and success always.

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