In this post you will learn how to enable widget that can not be seen on mobile mode this includes the widget for affiliate programs also.
many  bloggers have been asking this particular question.
so with the little knowledge that i have i will  teach you in this post how to do it. all you have to do is to read this article and understand the purpose.

the widgets listed below are the ones that are displayed by default:

  • Header
  • Blog Profile
  • PageList
  • AdSense
  • Attribution

If you want any other Blogger widget to display on the mobile view of your Blogger blog, you will have to activate a “custom” mobile template instead of using one of the default Blogger mobile templates.

In addition to that, you will have to add mobile=’yes’ attribute to the <b:widget> tag of the widget, right inside your blog’s html.

The “mobile” attribute lets you control which of the widgets on your Blogger blog will be available in mobile view. It can be ‘default’, ‘yes’, ‘no’, or ‘only’.

Now, let’s assume you have used the HTML/Javascript gadget to add an advert to your Blogger blog and you want it to display on the mobile view of your blog. Just follow me through the steps below:

IMPORTANT: First ensure you have enabled Blogger mobile template and have switched to “Custom” as explained here.

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=>Now, you need to get the id of the widget as highlighted below:

As seen above, the id of the widget is HTML.

> Next, is to go to “Template” > “Edit HTML”

> Click on “Jump To Widget” and click on the id of the widget you want to show on the mobile view of your blog. This will take you directly to the <b:widget> tag of the widget.


<b:widget id=’HTML’ locked=’false’ title=” type=’HTML’>….</b:widget>

> Click inside the tag and type mobile=’yes’

Your new code should now like like this:

<b:widget id=’HTML’ locked=’false’ mobile=’yes’  title=” type=’HTML’>….</b:widget>  

> Click “Save Template”

That’s all.

You can now view the mobile view of your blog by adding ?m=1 to your blog’s URL eg and you should see the widget been displayed.

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Do not hesitate to let me know if it works for you.

Have a nice day. 

Written by Yusuf Bitrus

I'm a Digi-Preneur, Affiliate Marketer, SEO intermediate and Blogger by heart.
I Help bloggers and business by writing and providing solutions digitally via my blogs, social media, and online/offline events.


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