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How do I switch from blogger template to wordpress template?

Question by halloffamecaliberjerk: How do I switch from blogger template to wordpress template?
I have my own .com website hosted by godaddy. I am using a blogger template but want to switch to a wordpress one. Can anyone help me withhow to do it without losing all the info on my site already?

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Answer by Freddi Lee
I believe you can export your posts to a CSV file in the blogger dashboard, then switch over to wordpress, install the wordpress importer plugin, activate it, and import your CSV file. That should do it.

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How can I switch the right and left column of a wordpress theme?

Question by RandomGirl: How can I switch the right and left column of a wordpress theme?
I have a wordpress theme that I downloaded, it’s two column theme with a right sidebar. Can anyone please tell me if it’s possible to switch the two around? Or where I can get a tutorial on how to do it or something? So that I have a left sidebar. Can this be done easily? How?

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Answer by HurricaneJuss
It is definitely possible, but how you do it depends on your theme. Most layout elements in wordpress use the float:left CSS property to position the sidebar & sub elements. You could tweak the CSS property on the .maincolumn entry to float:right. It would be better for you to modify the PHP layout files directly, and move the #sidebar div up above the main column. If they are both float:left elements, it would put the sidebar on the left.

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How to switch WordPress menu from right side to the left?

Question by Bobi: How to switch WordPress menu from right side to the left?
Hi,
I have a question that I hope will have a simple answer. I have a wordpress blog and right now my side navigation menu is on the right side. I would like for the menu to be on the left side. Can someone please tell me how I would go about doing this, in simple terms, please?

Or point me in the direction of a resource that tells me how to do it?

Thanks so much ya’ll!

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Answer by PoorOne
It is probably easier if you let us know the link to your site, or the theme you are using.

Because there are tons of wordpress theme out there and they have different codes.

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