Step#1: Creating a PHP File:Before you can add PHP Codes in blogger, you have to first create a PHP file in which you have to use all the PHP codes that you would like to use. However, make sure that the file is free from errors otherwise things would not look good. Following is the simple Hello World PHP code example, just for a basic guideline for some beginners
echo '<p>Hello World</p>';
After creating the file with all your desired codes make sure you save it in .PHP extension. For example, mybloggerlab.php, you can use NotePad++ for writing codes because it is the only FREE standard developing tool.
Step#2: Hosting a PHP File:Since, blogger does not allow you to host any kind of files like PHP, HTML or CSS. Therefore, you have to either host it on your hosting (if you have) or you can use Google Drive to host them for FREE. We have already written a detailed tutorial on It, so read it here.
You can also use Dropbox, and many other free hosting services but certainly they are not better than the features and reliability of Google Drive.
Step#3: Adding PHP Codes in BloggerAfter creating and hosting the PHP file, login into your Blogger account. Once logged in, head over to the dashboard and select the blog on which you would like to add PHP Codes. Now it depends on your needs whether you want to add the PHP code in posts, pages, sidebar or footer. Just paste the following code anywhere you would like to display the PHP file.
<object width="400" height="300" type="text/html" data=" your-file.php"></object>
Don’t forget to replace your-file.php with the URL of your own PHP file that you may have got while hosting it on services like Google Drive Dropbox and etc.
Congratulations: You have successfully added PHP codes to blogger. Go and check your blog to see if things are working as planned. Let us know, if you have a better way of doing this job.
We hope this tutorial has helped you in learning how to add PHP codes in blogger. Still, this is not the most accurate way because we are just using a iFrame technique to include the codes. Blogger needs to think more on making its platform friendly for the developers so that they can bring awesomeness to their blogs and websites.