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Numbering your comments.

Want to add numbers next to your comments?  I did!
{4/1/2011 ~ Skip to my update at the bottom of this post.} 
I have been trying and trying to get numbers by my comments.  Today I finally found a tutorial with code that worked with the 'new' Blogger template I am using.  Thank you, Lord!!!!!
I am super excited to have the numbering system installed before the Lucky Leprechaun Giveaway that starts on the 17th.
Here is another link to this post on Numbering Your Comments
over at Blogger Stop. 
Good Luck!

PS ~ to open a search box when looking for html code, use Ctrl+F (the control key and "F" key at the same time).  It makes finding those tedious bits of code much, much easier!

UPDATE 4/1/2011:  When up updated to my new blog design by I could not get the codes I referenced above to add the numbers.  So... here is a direct link to the answer on Blogger with the code that I currently have in use.  This is way simpler to use.  Just pop it in an HTML gadget/widget box and you are done. 


  1. Love the new design. I have to get numbers or another plugin for mine real soon!

  2. Hi good idea! Hi I'm following
    you from Boost Your Blog Friday!
    Hope you visit and return the

  3. AAARRGGGHH!! Craft! I SO admire people like you who make such great stuff! Me, I'm the non-creative person from OZ - the closest I get to craft is taking a photo! When I'm not admiring someone else's craft, of course!!

    Have a wonderful weekend!!

    PS LOOOOVE your blog name!!


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