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Sneeit Spot V3.3 – Dashboard for Blogger Templates

Sneeit Spot will help you changing settings, translating and updating your Blogger templates easily. I call it “Sneeit Spot”,

Sneeit Spot V3.3 – Dashboard for Blogger Templates Feature Image

Sneeit Spot will help you changing settings, translating and updating your Blogger templates easily. I call it “Sneeit Spot”, a  bookmarklet for dashboard of Blogger templates”.

Your Blogger templates, of course, must be compatible with bookmarklet first, so you need to ask your author to confirm before using or you can read in your Blogger templates’s documentation to know if they support this stuff.

Install Sneeit Spot

Drag the bookmarklet below to your bookmarks bar of your browser. Then, when you’re on your template HTML editor, you just simply click it if you want to use Sneeit Spot to set up your Blogger templates.

Sneeit Spot 3.3


If you are not sure how to install, check below image for more information:

Hold and drag the button to your bookmarks bar then edit your Blogger templates and click the button

Hold and drag the button to your bookmarks bar

Or watching video below:

Update Sneeit Spot

Each time I release a new version, I will change the version text of the above bookmarklet so you can compare that text with the bookmarklet on your bookmarks bar. For example, if our text is 3.0 and your text is 2.9, so you need to update Sneeit Spot.

If the text not match, you will need to right click on the bookmarklet on your bookmarks bar and remove it. Then going to this page and install the bookmarklet again.

Using Sneeit Spot

Note: If the tool not work properly, just reload your website and launch it again.

Updating Your Template

Login to your blog dashboard, choose Template / Edit HTML and then launch Sneeit Spot by clicking it on your browser bookmark bar.

After buttons of Sneeit Spot appeared, just click Update button and input your template latest code into Latest Version Code field and click Merge Code button. You will need to click Save template button to save changes.

Translating Your Template

This feature is not available for all templates. Login to your blog dashboard, choose Template / Edit HTML and then launch Sneeit Spot by clicking it on your browser bookmark bar. If your template supports this feature, you will see a button with name Translate.

Click Translate button, then inputting your translation on Translated Texts column, and click Apply All Translates button to apply. You will need to click Save template button to save changes.

Changing Template Options

This feature is not available for all templates. Login to your blog dashboard, choose Template / Edit HTML and then launch Sneeit Spot by clicking it on your browser bookmark bar. If your template supports this feature, you will see a button with name Settings.

Click Settings button, choose the section on left column and change all options you want on right column. You can also search options by typing key words into search field at the bottom – right of the screen. 

After all, click Apply All Settings button to apply. You will need to click Save template button to save changes.

Building Menus

This feature is not available for all templates. Login to your blog dashboard, choose Template / Edit HTML and then launch Sneeit Spot by clicking it on your browser bookmark bar. If your template supports this feature, you will see a button with name Menus.

Click Menus button, and you will see a list of menu items. You can drag and drop to change position or level of those items. You can also delete or add new item (from left column). You your template has more than one menu locations, you can select a menu locations from menu location list on the top of your screen.

After all, just click Menus button to apply. You will need to click Save template button to save changes.

Importing Demo Layouts

This feature is not available for all templates. Login to your blog dashboard, choose Template / Edit HTML and then launch Sneeit Spot by clicking it on your browser bookmark bar. If your template supports this feature, you will see a button with name Demos.

Click Demos button, and you will see a list of demos. Choose the one you like most and click Import button on that demo. After importing done, you will need to click Save template button to save changes.

The importer will import widgets, settings and style variables only, so you will still need to input data for your widgets.

Activate Template

You will need to be a member of Sneeit to work with this feature. If you are not, please login or create a new account.

If you purchased item from Envato (ThemeForest / CodeCanyon) , you will need to access Envato API tab in your profile to input Envato Username, Envato API Key, and Item Purchase Code . If you did not, skip this.

Now, you can access Sneeit Licenses tab in your profile, input your website into Your Website URL field, click Submit Website button. After that, you will see your website is being listed in license Your License Keys list, so you just need to copy the key under your website domain.

Go back to your template editor, launch Sneeit Spot, click Template Activation, and paste the key you copied above into Sneeit License Key, then click Activate Template button and then Save Template button.

Activate-Blogger-Template

Activate Blogger Template with Sneeit Spot

Activate AMP Feature

Access your Template Editor, launch Sneeit Spot, click Settings button, choose Mobile Template (or Responsive in some cases) tab and opt-in the Enable AMP for Mobile option. Then click Apply All Settings button and then Save Template button.

You will still need to use Sneeit Spot to apply AMP standard for your posts to make theme 100% compatible with AMP.

De-active AMP Feature

May be you will feel annoyed with Google Search Console errors when it shows a lot of AMP error. This is because we can apply AMP for POSTS only on Blogger, but other pages (like search, labels, dates, …) will still get errors (we must accept this weakness of Blogger at this time). So if you don’t want to see those errors, you have to De-active AMP and stop using it for your site.

To de-active AMP, access your Template Editor, launch Sneeit Spot, click Settings button, choose Mobile Template (or Responsive in some cases) tab and opt-out the Enable AMP for Mobile option. Then click Apply All Settings button. 

And then search in your template code:

amp=''

and remove it then click Save Template button.

Apply AMP for Posts

If your template supports AMP, you will need to activate your template and then using Sneeit Spot to apply AMP to your posts to make them 100% validated AMP standard.

When you are in Post Editor, before publishing or updating post, you have to switch to HTML mode (if you did not, all your content can be wiped), click Sneeit Spot button on your bookmark bar. After that,  and you will see the AMP button. Click it to apply AMP for your post.

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Apply AMP for Blogger / Blogspot Posts

If you don’t want to activate template, you can manually apply AMP standard for your posts follow AMP Guides Here

Warning: Because AMP not allow JavaScript so all features which is related to JavaScript will be disabled and show as raw code (include smart content, shortcodes, .etc, ..).

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