Understanding the Blogger Layout and its page elements
Hope you will get some idea about Blogger Layout and its page elements after viewing above images. We will see detailed about the same below,
2. class - (Optional) Common class names are ‘navbar,’ ‘header,’ ‘main,’ ‘sidebar,’ and ‘footer.’ If you switch templates later, these names help Blogger determine how best to transfer over your content. However, you can use different names, if you like.
3. maxwidgets - (Optional) The maximum number of widgets to allow in this section. If you don’t specify a limit, there won’t be one.
4. showaddelement - (Optional) Can be ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ with ‘yes’ as the default. This determines whether the Page Elements tab will show the ‘Add a Page Element’ link in this section.
5. growth - (Optional) Can be ‘horizontal’ or ‘vertical,’ with ‘vertical’ as the default. This determines whether widgets within this section are arranged side-by-side or stacked.
2. type - (Required) Indicates what kind of a widget it is, and should be one of the valid widget types listed below.
3. locked - (Optional) Can be ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ with ‘no’ as the default. A locked widget cannot be moved or deleted from the Page Elements tab.
4. title - (Optional) A display title for the widget. If none is specified, a default title such as ‘List1′ will be used.
5. pageType - (Optional) Can be ‘all,’ ‘archive,’ ‘main,’ or ‘item,’ with ‘all’ as the default. The widget will display only on the designated pages of your blog. (All widgets display on the Page Elements tab, regardless of thier pageType.)
6. mobile - (Optional) Can be ‘yes’, ‘no,’ or ‘only’ with ‘default’ as the default. This decides if the widget will be displayed on mobile or not. Only Header, Blog, Profile, PageList, AdSense, Attribution will be displayed on mobile when the mobile attribute is ‘default.’