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“What Blog Template Should I Make Next?” Contest Results



The results are in and we have a winner! If you haven’t been following our “What Blog Template Should I Make Next?” Contest then let me quickly fill you in.

At the end of February, I asked my readers to submit templates they wanted to convert to Blogger. We received many cool submissions and narrowed down the finalists to six templates. From there we managed to squeeze out two finalists: LightBreaker and Massive News which were submitted by Javi and Andre.

We then let our visitors vote on which template eBlog Templates was going to convert next and after 30 days of voting, we’ve finally got a winner! Congratulations to Javi with his submission of LightBreaker. He won 61.2% to 38.8% and both received votes from all over the world!

blogger template contest results

Now comes the part where we need to convert the winning template, include a footer link (of the winners choice), and release it on eBlog Templates. Javi, please let us know what footer link you want so we can include it in the template. It will be converted by the end of May and then launched shortly thereafter.

Here’s a preview of what the template will end up looking like:

lightbreaker wordpress theme

Thanks again to everyone who contributed and I look forward to building out this beautiful template!

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9 Responses to ““What Blog Template Should I Make Next?” Contest Results”




   
Keite on May 7, 2008, 6:25 am  

wow wow wow its unfair :evil:


   
Look this templates on May 20, 2008, 5:56 am  

David,

Please … Bring this Magazine templates here on Eblog

Look what this guy made … marvelous Magazine templates so rare here on blogspot !

http://www.blogger.com/profile/01912676362997408032


   
Javi on May 28, 2008, 11:59 am  

Hi David, regarding the footer on the LightBreaker template, if you haven’t done so, instead of pointing Go, Blog! to http://technojavi.blogspot.com, kindly point it to http://thirdworldgeek.com with Third World Geek as anchor text as I have already migrated to this new domain.


   
Rob on Aug 5, 2008, 7:23 pm  

When will the winner be posted???


   
Abhishek on Aug 25, 2008, 5:35 am  

Hi,

I am facing screen resolution problem with Garland template for my site, not all would be able to view it properly and my site get messed up. I would indeed like to have horizontal scroll bar for my screen to get it fit. My site is http://innovideas.blogspot.com
can you let me know solution for this.

Thanks
Abhishek
http://innovideas.blogspot.com


   
hery on Nov 17, 2009, 7:39 am  

hmm…….


   
Amie Sugat on Nov 21, 2009, 5:39 pm  

Yes, please I beg of you. I have searched everywhere for a magazine template for my website. I use blogger to host because its the cheapest and easiest to use.

I am desperately looking for a magazine template for my blog, one I can edit some features on because I am starting a syndicate magazine using blogger.

I am willing to pay someone to write me a template to use with blogger that works with its regular editing layouts (not classic template) that is also highly changeable, such as change colors of the graphics and inserting a picture at the top.

I have been looking nearly a year for the template I want. Still cant find it!

Please please please add some magazine templates for blogger to this, even if we have to pay for them!


   
Robert on Jan 20, 2014, 2:52 am  

Is there a blog template out there that allows for a “double-columned” set up (similar to what a magazine or newspaper column might look like)? For instance, if I wanted to write a blog with myself vs. my alter ego, with each ‘voice’ having its own column. Does anyone know if this is possible?




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