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How to Add a Webydo Blog.

To add a blog to your site, click on the Blog button located in the top menu of your studio. 

 

 

 

 

Click on the Start Blogging button and you will be directed to your Manage Posts page. 

 

 

 

Manage Posts

 

Here you are able to view and edit all of your current blog posts. For more detailed instructions on the manage area, please click here

 

 

Edit Post

 

To edit the content of your post, click on the Edit Post button located on the far right of the manage area.

Here you are taken into Blog Content Mode. You are able to edit the main image, as well as date title and copy of the post just as you would a normal Webydo page.

On the far left are your Blog Properties where you can edit your post's Status, Categories, Alternate Display as well as add a comments section.  

For more detailed instructions on Blog Properties, please click here.

 

 

Edit the Design

 

To edit the design of your blog page, click on the paintbrush icon. This is located both on the Edit Content section of your blog page, as well as the main Manage Posts section. 

In Design mode you are able to edit the design of your main blog elements, as well as add more elements onto the page. 

The main elements are repeated among all your blog posts. Editing the design of one will edit the design of your entire blog. New elements that are brought in, will only be added to the post you are currently editing. 

 

 

 

 

Blog Feed

 

To view your main Blog Feed page - click on the Blog Page button located on the Manage Posts page. 

 

 

This will open your main blog page in the studio editor. 

Use the Properties Panel to edit the design of your feed. 

For more detailed instructions on the Blog Feed, please click here.

 

Publishing the Blog

 

To publish your blog, click on the Publish button from any blog page including the Manage Posts page.

Only posts that have an APPROVED status will publish. You can edit the status of your post in the Blog Properties panel or on the main Manage Posts page. 

 

 

 

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