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Blog Configuration

When you click Blog, then Blog Configuration, you'll see the following Blog Configuration options.

  • Blog Title
  • Blog Tagline
  • Require Email Verification of Comments
  • Front Page Displays
  • Front Page Number of Posts
  • Standard Footer
  • Blog Front Page Header

These are OPTIONAL. You can choose to use them or not. They are provided so that you have more editing options in regards to your blog. They are dependent upon your personal preferences.





Blog Title

Adding a title to this field will replace your website's Navigation Heading (which is often Your Name Fine Art) only on the blog pages.

When you add a  Blog Title to the Blog Title field, the title you add will override the text that is in your Navigation header ONLY on the blog pages. The Blog Title will be visible to site visitors when they are engaged with your live blog. 

See Example below of how this Blog Title:
Living, Loving and Doing Art in New Mexico
replaces this Navigation Heading:
Gayle Faucette Wisbon 


Blog Tagline

The Blog Tagline field is provided so that you can add a short line of text describing your blog. It will show below a Blog Title. 

The Blog Tagline will be picked up by and shown in search engines.

You can use it for clarification of what your blog is going to include. For example, a short whimsical statement such as

  • A Day in my Life
    or something more serious like
  • Your Name, Painter of Light and Shadow

Many artists leave this field blank.

See Example below of this Blog Tagline:
Art from the Land of Enchantment


Require Email Verification of Comments

Whether Email Verification is set to YES or NO

  • You will ALWAYS receive an email notification that a blog comment has been made.
  • You will ALWAYS have the option to deny (remove) the comment.

When Comment Verification is set to YES
Both you and the person leaving the comment will receive an email with a Verification Code Link that MUST BE CLICKED by ONE OF YOU before the comment will appear on your blog.
If no one verifies the comment it will not post.

When Comment Verification is set to NO
A comment will automatically appear on your blog post within a few minutes of the comment being made.
You will receive an Email Notification that a comment has been made.

NOTE: The default setting for Require Email Verification of Comments is NO.


Front Page Displays

2 available options:

  • Excerpts
  • Full Page

If you choose Full Articles for Front Page Displays, all the text will display on the opening page of your blog.

If you choose Excerpts for Front Page Displays, only the text you add to the Entry Excerpts text field will show on your blog opening page.

Blog Excerpts provide a way for you to show more blog posts in a more managed, organized way taking up less space on the page.

If you choose Excerpts for Front Page Displays and do not add any text in the Entry Excerpts text box, the system will use the first couple of sentences from your blog post. This will display more blog posts on the opening page of your Blog, using excerpts instead of the full article.

For more info on Entry Excerpts including how they are used on Facebook, see this FAQ:  
Blog Entry Excerpt


Front Page Number of Posts

This field allows you to designate the number of blog posts you want to have displayed on your opening blog page.


Standard Footer

A Standard Footer appears at the bottom of each blog post. It is seen when someone clicks on an individual post.  Some people like to use this as a consistent 'sign off' message.

See Example below of a  Standard Footer:
the Artist's Head Shot and 'Link Love'


Blog Front Page Header

The Blog Front Page Header will appear at the top of your blog - sort of an introduction. It displays when the blog is 1st opened. The Blog Front Page Header will not display when a visitor clicks on an individual blog post.

Images added to blog header will not display properly on mobile devices regardless how they are added. 


Examples


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