The Blog Manager module is used to create and manage permissions for blogs. Blogs articles are edited separately via the Blog Module.
This module functions outside the realm of the normal permissions hierarchy. It can be viewed only by a user with membership in Site Administrators site-level roles with no regard to permissions assigned to the tab on which the module is placed. For more information on the roles referenced in this section please see the role based security topic. Administrative users can configure additional module settings by clicking the button.
To add a new blog members of the Site Administrators role click the button which will open the blog editor and allow an administrative user to define the details of the new blog.
To edit an existing blog members of the Site Administrators role click the button which will open the blog editor and allow an administrative user to define the details of a new blog. When editing a blog, it is important not to change the name of the blog, as it will break RSS links. It is always safe to change the description and the image URL. Press the button to save the blog.
•Blog Name: A unique name that will be used to identify the blog and appear in the URL. This blog will be the root for a grouping of blog articles you can subsequently define in the Blog Module.
•Description: A short description to provide context for the blog articles to be contained within the blog.
•Image URL: The URL to an image that displays at 16x16, 24x24, and 32x32 for use in identifying the blog.
•Published: A value indicating whether or not the blog article has been completed and is viewable to the public.
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