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Adding Blogger’s Official Sharing Buttons on the right side of posts

Just a small tweak I wanted to share. (Experience free call to US and Canada visit How to use Gmail Call features outside US) 
  1. Login to your Blogger Account
  2. Click on Design, the page elements page will open up. On this page under the blog posts section click on Edit Posts.Blogger Blog settings
  3. A New window will pop up. In this window scroll down to Show Share Buttons option and select the check box. This will enable the Share Buttons for your blog posts. Blogger Share buttons
  4. Click on the Save button to save the changes.
  5. Now click on Edit HTML option and select the check box labled Expand Widget Templets Edit html for blogger
  6. Now in the code section search for text “post-header-line-1”code
  7. And place following code just after that line
  8. Now you can preview the changes just made and save your template.

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