How to install/apply/change XML template on new blogger interface

In this post I just wanted to explain about how to apply a new template to your blog with the new blogger interface. Currently the new blogger interface is available in http://draft.blogger.com/ and this is going to be the new blogger interface soon. It has significant improvement in terms of outlook, security and performance.
August 1st onwards this would be the blogger interface which will not support browsers Firefox 3.5, Internet Explorer 7, and Safari 3. In these older browsers you may have trouble using certain features in Blogger as well as many other Google Apps such as Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, Google Docs and Google Sites.

This article was written to provide a step-by-step guide on how to correctly apply a new xml Blogger template to your blog. This process can be tricky depending on several factors (quality of the code in the new template, your existing widgets, etc) so you need to be careful when changing your template. Don’t worry though, just follow our step-by-step instructions below and we’ll hopefully get you through it without much pain

Here are the steps to apply or change the template for your current blog

Step 1. Login to the blogger using your blogger login id


Step 2. Click on template link on the left hand side of the blogger page


Step 3. Go to extreme end of the page and click on Backup/Restore Template link


Step 4. Backup the current template. This is very important so you can always go back (click on the screenshot to the left to see exactly how this is done). 


Step 5. Browse for the new template xml and press upload button

How to edit HTML (Editor) on new blogger interface?
Google making the changes to the blogger. As per current interface I have updated this post with latest changes. You just need to refer the image enclosed below. You just have to look the numbers mentioned in the image.


Step 1. Login to the blogger using your blogger login id

Step 2. Click on template link on the left hand side of the blogger page

Step 3. Go to extreme end of the page and click on Backup/Restore Template link

Step 4. Backup the current template. This is very important so you can always go back (click on the screenshot to the left to see exactly how this is done).  

Step 5. Click on Edit Template link and this will open the HTML window. Make necessary changes to the HTML and click on Save Template button.
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