You can see that I’ve created special boxes for those HTML codes and the code remains intact inside the post. It’s a nice trick for blogger platform if you’re willing to post tutorials and badges for your readers.
For this you have to take two simple steps:
You have to add a special code inside your blogger template. Go to your blogger Dashboard > Layout > Edit HTML. Now hit CTRL+D on your keyboard and search this tag,
After you done it, click the “Preview” button to see if your blog shows or not. If everything’s okay, then click, “Save template“
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Now each time you create a post and you need to add some HTML codes inside your post, you have to convert it into escapable characters. For this go to this tool called Quick escape and insert your code. Click, “Convert to escaped character” the converted code will be different than the original.
Now create a new blog post and add the converted code. You have to enclosed the code with a “pre” tag(marked as blue) For this I’ve added the same code twice. One normally and the other one with the hack.
Publish your post and see the magic! The normal code showed up with the effect but the hacked on remained intact inside the table.
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