This continues my BlogSpot series with how to add or change the Description in Blogger / BlogSpot! The same method can be used for changing the Title also. So let me start by showing you the title and description area for FGBMFI Minnesota.
We are now going to add a description, “Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International”
We start every operation by first logging in. If you do not know how, click on the big Login and it will take you to the instructions.
To do this we just simply have to click on Settings on the Main Menu.
Clicking on Settings will automatically open you to the Basic Settings Page.
3) Basic Section
Next we will look in the Basic Section for Description and click on Edit.
Notice that just above Description is the Title and it also has an Edit. If you want to change the title, that is where you would do it!
4) Type The Description
At this point all you need to do is type your Description into the description box and click on Save changes. As you can see, I have typed Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International into the box and my mouse is about to click Save changes!
Note that it says “500 Characters Max” ~ Have a good laugh about that one. I think one line is about all this theme can take!
5) Check Your Work
We are through! The only thing to do now is to go to the FGBMFI Minnesota website and check to see that it is correct!
6) Use Caution
I will point out again that although I was changing the Description in this example, the procedures for changing the Title are exactly the same. Just click the Edit next to the Title instead. Likewise let me give you this…
WARNING: The Settings Area is not a good place to try things to see what they will do. Some things in the settings area can kill your website. The Description and Title are safe enough, but other things can have catastrophic effects. Likewise if you change your title, it may drastically reduce your Search Engine placement and also reduce the number of people reading your website. USE Caution!
You are done updating your Description!