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Managing Blog Posts

​Editing a Blog Post

You can edit and manage your blog posts by clicking on "POSTS" in the Main Toolbar and then clicking "Blog Posts" in the sub-menu. If the Blog Posts element is already added to your site, you can click on the edit or delete icons on the right side of the post.



The post title can be changed on this page. The Content Templates in the left pane allow you to choose a preset layout to make creating a blog post in some common styles with pictures easy.

You can change the Publish setting for the entry. If you are editing a post, it will already be published, however, new posts will be able to be saved as a draft for later editing and posting. This will be verified in the "Manage Posts" area. The Date Published time and date can be modified simply in the Blog Post Options area so you can have the proper setting when the entry is ready to be published.

The AutoSave Every Minute option allows you to use our auto-save feature, allowing you to be sure your content won't be lost should there be an issue during editing.



Deleting a Blog Post

You can delete a blog post by clicking on the trash icon in the "Manage Blog Posts" section of the Toolbar by clicking "POSTS", then "Blog Posts". A confirmation box will appear and you will be asked if you are sure you would like to remove the post before it can be deleted.

You can delete a blog post in the Manage Blog Posts menu by clicking on the trash icon.


Viewing a Blog Post

You can view a Blog post by clicking on the eye icon  in the "Manage Blog Posts" section of the Toolbar by clicking "Manage Website" then "Blog".


Importing Blog Posts

If you have blog post content already created through another hosting provider and want it to display on your site, you don't have to copy and paste the content into individual blog posts - you can import it directly into your blog! This is much quicker, more convenient, and less hassle.

Blog post importing options can be found by clicking on the "Import" tab in the "Blog Posts" section of the Toolbar.


 

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