Blog maker ?

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Terry, May 13, 2014.

  1. Terry

    Terry Funster

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    Following Jims post on updating the site and possibly loosing pics etc-- is anyone out there capable / not busy that could make my recent Transit build into a blog for me ??incorporating some of the texts and lots of the pics - obviously remuneration will be available after agreement is discussed :BigGrin:I am not savvy enough to do it my self and make a good job of it.:Smile:
    terry
    EDIT this is what I want making into a blog http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/self-build-motorhomes/81922-terrys-self-build-transit.html
     
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    Not that I know anything about it but just looking at what you want it just appears to be a copy and paste to me.

    Open a word document
    Open the link to your thread.
    whatever you want in your blog (So you can leave out all the signatures) highlight by holding down the left mouse and dragging.
    Then the right click in the highlighted area and click copy.
    Swap over to the word document right click and paste.

    Photos can be copied and pasted as well.
     
  3. Pat4Neil

    Pat4Neil Read Only Funster

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    Hi Terry

    I am currently writing a blog for our self build. I am using blogspot , which is quite easy to use.
    If however, you want to divide it into dections such as Interior or Electrics etc it does start to get messy.

    You can write the the whole thing offline using Microsoft Livewriter and then hit upload at the end once your happy. Its free and very easy to use. It makes embedding images very easy

    Hope this helps

    Neil
     
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  4. Techno

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    I recommend a photo hosting service called SmuMug it is US based and I pay yearly. I have no upload limit and all the pictures I post are a URL between IMG tags.
    This also allows me to dictate image size
    This way I can keep a transcript of all my posts as notepad documents.
    If mine were lost I could pretty much repost over 90% of the sh1t I've contributed :Laughing:

    EDIT this is my smugmug http://techno.smugmug.com/
     
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  5. Techno

    Techno Funster Life Member

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    So an example of one of my articles looks like this

    [​IMG]
     
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