How To Design HowWriter Blog Banner For Your Blog

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This HowWriter blog logo doesn't need you to be a professional in graphic programs like PhotoShop, Corel Draw, Paint and others.

So if you do not know how to use any of the above, do not worry as I will teach you what I learned from Jide Ogunsanya Alias JideTheBlogger.

First of all, you have to go to to generate your banner according to your taste.

At Banner Fans, click on "Layouts". You will see "select your size". Select the Custom (2nd one), Use "90" in the height box and "740" in the width box.

Always click on "Update banner" when you make changes till your banner has been designed to your taste.

Now when you think you're done, click on "Download Banner" to download it to your PC. Now you can use it as your blog banner. If you do not know how to Upload it to your blog, continue reading...

To upload it on your blog, login to your blog dashboard,
click on "LAYOUT" you will see "Header", click on the "edit" next to it. A box will pop-up click on "Image". Then upload the banner you saved to your PC, then choose, " instead of title and description" and click on "SAVE".

Alas! View your blog to see the changes.

Have you done yours? Did you encounter any problem while doing yours? Feel free to inform me via the comment box below.


  1. thanks. But can this method always be used to design other banners apart from a blog/website banner?

  2. Yes, all you have do is save it/download it when you are done.

  3. I used banner fan late last year. The customizing part was fun though.

    I decided to take the bull by the horn when i started learning corel draw.

    If banner fan dont quench your taste, I could help customize one for you. I dont charge much.

  4. Anonymous3/14/2018

    It was a brilliant opportunity to visit this sort of site and I am cheerful to know, much obliged to you such a great amount for allowing us to have this open door.
    Logo Design


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