Add Digg Vote Counter Button Widget | Blogger Tips is site that categorizes the articles or posts by its popularity. If you put a digg button on your post, reader can easily digg your post. More readers digg your post more popular it is. More popular your post , more traffic you will get. You can see how many readers digg your post by Digg Vote Counter Button. This following tutorial explains how to embed a Digg Button into your Blogger Template, which will be shown in your each post. This button displays the number of times each post has been dugg.

Add Digg Vote Counter Button to Blogger Post:

1. Login to From Dashbord Layout>>Edit HTML. Then click on Expand Widget Templates checkbox. Before editing , back up your Full Template for your safety.

2. Search for the following tag:

3. Now add the following code just above the searched tag (Step 2)
<!-- DIGG -->
<div style='float:right; margin-left:10px;'>
<script type='text/javascript'>digg_url = '<data:post.url/>';</script>
<script src='' type='text/javascript'/>
4. Save your template.

Now you are done. It is very simple easy. I hope this Digg Vote Counter Button Widget will help you to make your each post popular. If you face any problem, just keep a comment.

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Matthew - May 28, 2009

Would you happen to know how to locate and delete the "Stumble Upon" widget from my template? It says "Stumble It", but I can't track it down in my template anywhere. I hate Stumble Upon, but can't figure out how to get rid of the link at the bottom of every post I make.

Russel - May 28, 2009

Hey Matthew,
I have checked your blog. Easiest way to locate "stumble it!" is to from dashboard->Layout->Edit HTML->click on "Expand Widget Templates" check box. Now click on Ctrl+F (to find word) then type "stumble it!". I hope you will get it now. Then you can delete it.

Matthew - May 28, 2009

Thank you for the quick response, and looking at my site to see what I meant... but even when I search for just the word "Stumble", it is nowhere in my template (With expanded widgets and without). How could that be? Do you think it could be called something else, perhaps? I looked through my template, and I don't even see the "Digg" widget code anywhere, though obviously I have that one too.

Something weird is going on...

Russel - May 28, 2009

Hey Matthew,
You can send me the full template. I will check it.

Matthew - May 28, 2009

I can't, it's too big for this form and your contact form. Even when I cut out the non-essential parts, I can't post it, unless I had your email. So, if you want to continue helping me, I guess we'll have to conduct it through email.

Here is my contact form.

Thanks for your help thus far,


"N":) - June 19, 2009

Nice Blog..Thanks A lot.

Jake Rocheleau - July 03, 2009

Really useful code, been looking everywhere for it. Thanks for the post

faraz - January 04, 2010

Very nice information..


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