Blog Entries

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Your current blog or article entry will automatically show at the top in full width of the content area. This entry can be as long as desired, however, a good presentation page of multiple entries reads best when the content is kept short. This allows the reader to scan the beginnings of numerous entries without the need for lengthy scrolls.

Longer posts can have a "Read More" button inserted into the article at an appropriate spot.  This button will open the full article in its own page for reading in its entirity.

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As you make new blog entries or add new articles, your older entries move down the page. You may configure any number of entries to remain full width on your page, or you may start them distributing into 2 or 3 columns, depending on how much page width you have designed your web to use. Use of pictures in your posts might render them impractical for narrower columns.

These parameters can be changed as desired to make your blog or collection of articles reveal a pleasant flow. Posts may also show or hide publishing information such as author and dates, and present useful icons to your visitor for printing or emailing an article.

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Your oldest blog entries will naturally settle to the bottom of the list. You may configure 1, 2 or 3 columns, and either down-across, or across-down distribution of entries or articles where multiple columns are used. Older entries can become links at the bottom of the page, and the oldest entries can migrate into archival access.

Any entry may be unpublished manually or automatically if the content is no longer applicable to your website. Older entries can also be edited if the content requires changing.