LAS VEGAS, Feb. 24 /CNW/ -- After the success of launching multi-language
versions of FC2 Blog, FC2 has continued to expand functions within the blog
service. The most popular function of FC2 Japan blog is the Share Template.
And now it is available in multi-language versions for all users to share
templates. FC2 Blog, which continues to provide its services in various
languages in effort to achieve the "cross-border blog services", has released
one of the popular functions in Japanese version "Share Template Function".
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What is Share Template? It is a function that enables users to design
their own blog templates and share with other users within FC2 Blog service.
It is a great function for users to have a total control of their own blog
design and a great way for advanced users to show off their template design
skills. The share template designs are 100% created and published by users.
What's more, it is extremely user-friendly. Getting FC2 staff to approve the
template design, any users will be able to download it. With the share
template function, users can share their template designs around the world.
Users do not have to worry about the language barrier and the language of blog
template that they should design for because users can register a template
that supports multi-language. FC2 blog has created a unique "multi-language
variables" for users to create templates. If a user uses the variables in the
template, the language will be switched automatically according to the
language that the user registered to.
(*)Currently FC2 scheduled to release Japanese version for users in Japan
in the near future.
FC2(fc2.com) will continue to work hard to create a comfortable blogging
environment for users and do best to meet users' needs.
FC2, Inc. Background:
FC2, Inc. is a web services company that primarily provides services in
Japan. Headquarter is located in Nevada, USA. Established since 1999 and has a
non-stop work ethic to provide and improve services to users. It is a widely
used blog service and is very popular in Japan.
For further information:
For further information: Kakusho Ouchi, firstname.lastname@example.org; Takuma Kishi,
email@example.com both of FC2 Web Site: