When referencing someone in a post, please make note of the proper identifier for that person. In the example above you would use the identifier to the right @ajinil to reach me. Putting @ in front of Tony will take you to someone completely different. Click on the persons name first to see what it is.
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Hey everyone… One thing I have learned about the site is that everyones comments are normally approved, but sometimes they get stuck in “Moderation” which means they are waiting to be manually approved. Blogs have a tough time with spam and it’s just trying to filter it out. However, if you are the original author of a post, you can go in and approve them yourself. As of this posting, there are 39 comments stuck in moderation and they go back to 4/16.
1. So take a look at some of your posts. Go to Manage Posts.
2. The orange flag off to the right indicates that there are some pending comments.
3. Go to edit your post and find the comments in question. The left hand option is to approve it. Once approved, the comments will show up in the public part of the blog.
1. Log into web site.
2. Hover over the “My Blogs” above and select “New Post”.
3. Add a title to the post. In this case I called it “Web Site Usage – New Post w/Picture”
4. Add some text into the post.
5. See the three icons to the right of the text “Add media”. Click on the first one.
6. Press “Select Files” to choose the pictures to load from your computer.
7. Give the picture a title and caption and then click “Insert into Post”.
8. Choose some appropriate tags and categories for your post. They are to the right.
9. When you are happy with the content, click on the “Publish” button.
10. You can go back to make edits to it and manage the rest of your posts from the “Manage Posts” under “My Blog”.
On this website, when you signup for a group or become friends with someone, what exactly happens? What are the advantages? Why would someone want to? Just curious.
Maybe this post can start off a “How to use the web site”, ”how to navigate the website”, “best practices to get the most out of the site” kind of thing.