How To Fix Unresponsive Html/Java Script on Blogger.

Hello guys am about to share a personal experience I had when building and designing my blog using blogger.

 Am not using Word press so I don’t really know if this could ever happen to bloggers using the platform, but in any case if it happens for any reason I hope you will also find this post helpful.
 I have being a fan of using simple blogger template an customize it the way I want it to look if the flexibility keeps me coming back,
and while I was constructing and putting my Html/Java script, to be sincere I copied one among the codes because I was kind of lazy to write that day, and then I was desperate to add the Random post widget.

 After adding the random post widget ( you might also like to read  more on how to add random post widget here), I felt so good and great, but days later I noticed that I can no longer log into Html/Java Script anymore. As a new blogger I was frustrated for some days.
If you’re in the field and this happens to you, which might likely happen due to the way your adding third party widget to your blog.
My advice is that you use two browsers simultaneously, Mozilla Firefox and Google chrome browsers.

Note that the Html will not open on Google chrome at this point, but it will open on Mozilla Firefox browser, but before it will open you will get a message on top right of your screen, telling you that a code is stopping the page from loading and then you will be provided with two options either to kill it, or stop the page, click on kill it.
 Your Html code will open.
 Now on the Google chrome browser create a dummy blog account, copy the Html/Java Script and replace with the original one on Mozilla Firefox browser.
Remember that the reason while you have to go this far is because you don’t know the actual java script stopping your Html/ Java Script from loading and if you do, simply remove the code and parse it. If it doesn’t work consider removing the cod from you blog entirely.

Thanks and stay connected to How To’s and Blog Tips from this blog.

4 thoughts on “How To Fix Unresponsive Html/Java Script on Blogger.

  • December 4, 2017 at 9:17 pm

    Thanks for sharing your useful experience!

  • December 7, 2017 at 5:56 am

    I have an old blogger blog but use now WordPress, it is much more easy and more flexible on WordPress. Blogger templates have been for me not very easy to adopt.

  • October 6, 2018 at 1:10 am

    I like what you guys are up too. Such smart work and reporting! Carry on the excellent works guys I’ve incorporated you guys to my blogroll. I think it will improve the value of my site :).


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