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Help! I Don't Know How To Lock Content On My Blog

Discussion in 'Incentive Marketing' started by Deborah Bamidele, Feb 18, 2015.

  1. Deborah Bamidele

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    I know this must be a really stupid question for some of you, but please help a newbie out. I need to insert a content locking code on my blog site and I honestly don't know how to go about it.
    I am using the content locking tool from peerfly. After generating the code, this was the instruction I got
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    Add this section of code to the bottom of your page (right before the </body> tag).
    I need to know exactly where I can find the </body> tag.
    I am using a free blog, blogger
    I will really appreciate the details. I don't know anything about html.
    PS: I am already learning html but I need some quick answers.
     
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  3. Cavalier07

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    If on Blogger you go to Template >> Edit HTML you should be able to see the HTML Code

    The </body> tag should be the last or second last line in the HTML.
     
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  4. Deborah Bamidele

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    uuuuuuuuuh! you are a life saver. Thank you sooooo much.
    What if it is not on blogger? What if I was using a Wordpress site?
    And I hope I won't have any problems using a free host.
     
  5. Cavalier07

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    No Problem,

    For Wordpress it's pretty much the same I believe you go themes or appearance >> editor although I don't pay much attention to my wordpress sites so may be wrong

    Using a free host it depends on the terms of that host so make sure you check them before doing anything
     
  6. Deborah Bamidele

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    I just followed your instruction. I just input the code and I'm trying to save the changes but couldn't save it. Maybe I'm doing something wrong.
    One thing I noticed is that the </body> tag is somewhere in the middle of the page not at the bottom. And the last line of the page ends with </html>. I inserted the code immediately before the </html> tag
     
  7. btmdario

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    Try to add HTML gadget to your Blogger and just copy paste your locker code.
     
  8. T J Tutor

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    Deborah, are you using a free host? or are you using WordPress on your own domain and on your own host?

    T J
     
  9. Deborah Bamidele

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    I'm trying the both.
    I'm trying to see if I can lock content on google's blogger. If that won't work then I can try it on a wordpress installed site.
    I have a baby plan from hostgator and a domain name from 1&1.
     
  10. T J Tutor

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    I haven't used a shared server for many years. I am not familiar what they allow and don't. I do know that free blogging services and shared services do have limits. They also can have some bandwidth limitations. Have you already installed WordPress on HG?
     
  11. T J Tutor

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    Also, does the HG plan you have include CPanel?
     
  12. ppcnewbie

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    wow... these spammers are really f...ing the forum completely. do something about it or it will get worse than WF
     
  13. Deborah Bamidele

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    No I have not installed wordpress. I am finding the whole process a bit confusing. I watched a video from jay wessman on how to build a website, but I guess the video is outdated cause lots of things has changed.
    The whole DNS stuff is confusing.
     
  14. Deborah Bamidele

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    I guess CPanel should mean control panel. No I do not. I was asked to send a proof of my ID for verification. I dont know if that is normal.
    Anyways I have sent it and now waiting for their response.
     
  15. T J Tutor

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    It's just confusing because it hasn't been presented to you in a fashion that makes sense to you. maybe I can help. Installing WP is a breeze and once you do it, you'll never forget it. It takes only a few steps.

    First, tell me if your HG plan includes CPanel.
     
  16. Deborah Bamidele

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    What has that got to do with this thread?
     
  17. Deborah Bamidele

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    @tjtutor. No. I don't think the purchase has been completed. They are asking for verification. Maybe after I have been verified, I will be given access to the control panel.
     
  18. T J Tutor

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    There was a spam post that has since been removed. He was just commenting on the spam before it was removed.
     
  19. T J Tutor

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    I've never heard of a host asking for verification. What are they wanting to verify?
     
  20. servandosilva

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    They do verify IDs from time to time for new customers. Let's wait until everything is ready.
     
  21. T J Tutor

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    Yeah, I chatted with my AM at BlueHost a little bit ago and he informed me they, and most businesses in the U.S. and Europe, are doing this because of the high fraud rates they've encountered in recent years.
     

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