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Now, Ya See It - Now, Ya Don't

For those not yet familiar with the new "Responsive" class themes, I offer my demo 4 "Responsive" blogs - one blog per exciting theme.

You can see the links to the 4 demo ("Test") blogs, at the top of the sidebar. You'll also see links to 2 live blogs, for a better idea.

You have to make an effort, to find the sidebar, however. The effort is necessary, to help the "Responsive" class templates replace the "Layout" / "Designer" class templates - and their special "Mobile" template.

See the linklist "Responsive Templates Tests", in the pop out sidebar?

Whether you are viewing this blog as The Real Blogger Status, or as Now, Ya See It - Now, Ya Don't, or even as Custom Domain Redirection, And "A" Referral Servers, you probably are not looking at the sidebar.

If you do want to see the sidebar, just click on the "hamburger" icon, in the upper right corner of the screen.

Click on the "hamburger" icon, to open the sidebar.



Don't confuse the "hidden" sidebar with the "visible" sidebar.

The Labels list is in the "visible" sidebar, in the "Notable" theme.


The "hamburger" icon is in the upper right corner, in this blog.



The "hamburger" icon is in the upper right corner of the "Notable" theme, and the upper left corner of "Contempo" and "Soho". "Emporio" does not have a pop out sidebar.

The sidebar, normally hidden, to let the post content be more readable on a tiny "phone" display.



The "pop out" sidebar is one majorly innovative design feature, that helps the "Responsive" class templates replace the "Layout" / "Designer" class templates, and their special "Mobile" template.

The pop out sidebar is only visible, when you want to access sidebar content - by clicking on the "hamburger" icon.

Now, you see it.



Now, you don't.



Click on the tiny "right arrow" icon, to hide the sidebar, when the sidebar is open.



So yeah, if finding the sidebar is now an effort for your readers, I sympathise. But the hidden sidebar has a practical origin - it's not purely cosmetic.



If you recently upgraded your #Blogger blog to use an exciting new "Responsive" theme, and you can't find the sidebar, with its wonderful complement of gadgets, that's because the sidebar is now hidden.

Just click on the "hamburger" icon, and all will be seen.

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