| Directions, for white or black minima:|
Make a safety copy of your template as per the instructions on the "Edit html" page.
I can't guarantee that all blog codes are going to look the same, but I did this on several of the Minima templates. I've done it on a couple of other template styles and they varied a little. So it might work right away or you might have to tinker! (Note: You can see the blue divider I talk about here at the end of all my posts.)
<div class='post-footer-line post-footer-line-3'>
[More below...Harbor example, etc.]
|In a Harbor template I placed the same blue-divider gif in the footer as above, just before the (almost) same red line of code about "post-footer-line-3". |
<p class='post-footer-line post-footer-line-2'>
<b:loop values='data:post.labels' var='label'>
cond='data:label.isLast != "true"'>,</b:if>
</p> <center><img src='http://bp2.blogger.com/_AVxLoZ0mR_0/R3-8aw3SxjI/AAAAAA
<p class='post-footer-line post-footer-line-3'/> </div>
When you make the change or addition, use Preview to see if it's what you think it's going to be. Wait until you're satisfied to save it. You can always "clear edits" and back out if you're not confident.
Bla bla bla, says the post!
LAZY WAY TO ADD A LINE:
I used to include <hr color=crimson> in my post template code so that a crimson line would be drawn during creation of the blank post and I'd then write my post above the crimson line. This was easier than adding a line or image to the footer widget, so a beginner might be attracted to it just for the ease of it. Some day all beginners stop being nervous about getting into the template, but it doesn't have to be today! I remember the feeling.
NOTE: additional graphics at http://www.graphics-4free.com/