Buy me a beer code for BlogSpot.com XML version

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Have you ever seen blogs with a link asking you to buy the writer a beer or any other objects of desire? I have been wanting to add something like that to my blog for quite some time. However, i didn't have the time to do it till now. Today, as i was googling "Buy me a beer", i found tons of website teaching you how to do it for wordpress. After much effort i manage to find a post teaching you how to do it here.

However, there's some problems with the code there and i can't manage to just simply cut and paste the code for use in blogspot. After much trial and error, i found that the reason the code is not working is beacuse blogspot can't have & sign in the code.

Thus, the simple solution is to replace "&" with "&" after doing that, all works fine.

Here's what you will have to do in order to add "Buy me a beer" to blogspot:
1) Sign up for a personal paypal account here or a premier account here if you do not already have a paypal account.

2) Save this icon buy and upload onto your own space.

3) Log in to blogspot and go to Template -> Edit Html

4) Tick the "Expand Widget Templates" Checkbox.

5) Search for <data:post.body/>

6) Replace "phostan@gmail.com" with you paypal email and "http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v235/infotrade/icon_beer.gif" with your icon url into the textfield below.


7) From the textfield above, copy and paste your own edited code below <data:post.body/>

8) Click buy to save and you are done.

Now, you'll just have to wait for your readers to buy you a beer.
I'll be very glad if you'll buy me a beer for this post. :)

buyIf you like this post, buy me a beer at $3!

 
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