How To Backup and Restore Blogspot Theme | Template

How To Backup and Restore Blogspot Theme | Template

How to Backup and Restore Blogger Theme

If you do not want to get into some trouble with your blogger or blog theme, it might be good to take a backup of your blogspot or blog.I recommend to backup your current blogger theme because sometimes some people want to update the look of their blog and try to upload some new theme. 

After uploading their theme, they try to edit it because they want to add their menu and another thing on a blog and they also want to remove the credit of the theme maker.While doing such things it may be possible that they delete some coding of that theme file.So, it’s good to take a backup of your blogspot or blogger to restore the old theme if something bad happens.

 

  • So to make a Backup of your Blogspot or Blog follow these steps :

 

Step 1: First of all, go to www.blogger.com and Log in to your Blogger Account using your email and password and then click on Layout  in the Blogger Dashboard as shown in the image below :

 

 

How To Backup and Restore Blogspot Theme/Template

 

Step 2:  Now click on the Backup and Restore button on the top right side of the web page as shown in the image below :

 

How To Backup and Restore Blogspot Theme/Template

 

Step 3: Now you will see a popup message with an option to download a theme, just click on that button as shown in the image below :

 

How To Backup and Restore Blogspot Theme/Template

 after saving you will see an XML file and this is your theme file.
  • Now you have successfully taken the backup of your blogspot or blog theme  

 

How to Restore using your saved XML blog theme file :

 

Step 1 :  Again go to your Blogger Account and again click on Layout  in the Blogger Dashboard as shown in image below:

 

How To Backup and Restore Blogspot Theme/Template




2 thoughts on “How To Backup and Restore Blogspot Theme | Template”

  1. Pingback: how to divide wordpress posts into multiple pages -
  2. Trackback: how to divide wordpress posts into multiple pages -
  3. Pingback: How To Add A Custom Domain Name For Blogger | Setup a 3rd party URL for your blog -
  4. Trackback: How To Add A Custom Domain Name For Blogger | Setup a 3rd party URL for your blog -

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.