Configuring the Blogs

Like its other features, Tiki's blogs are fully customizable. You can have as many different blogs on your site as you want.

 Tip

You can Movie  watch a short video that demonstrates this procedure.


From the Administration page:
  1. Click Blogs Blog icon. .

     Tip

    You can also access the Administration: Blog page by typing http://www.yourdomain.com/tiki-admin.php?page=blogs in your web browser.
  2. The Administration: Blogs page lists all the options to customize your Tiki blogging system.
    Configuring the  blog options on the Administration: Blog page.
    Configuring the blog options on the Administration: Blog page.
  3. On the General Settings tab, in the Comments area, enable the Comments on blog posts feature. This will allow visitors to post comments to each of your blog entries.
    You can also specify the maximum number of comments to show per page and default sorting order of the comments. Leave the other options as their default setting.

     Note

    Refer to the TikiWiki documentation for complete information on all the blog configuration options.
  4. On the Blogs Listing tab, you can specify which fields appear, when listing the blogs on your site.
    Administration: Blog  page, Blog Listing tab
    Configuring the blog listings
  5. Leave the options as their default setting.
  6. Click Change Preferences. Tiki saves the information and reloads the page.


Listing the Blogs

To view all of the blogs on your site:

From the menu:
  1. Select Blogs > List Blogs.
    Blog menu
    Select List Blogs from the Blog menu in the Menu module.
  2. The List Blogs page shows the current blogs.
    List Blogs
    The List Blogs page shows the blogs on your site. Right now there are none!

    The visible columns in the listing are determined by the options you selected on the Blog listings tab.

Let's create a new blog.

in this section



Contributors to this page: Rick Sapir , System Administrator and system .
Page last modified on Thursday, August 01, 2013 09:35:31 am EDT by Rick Sapir.
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