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The Community Blog Guide

Linux.com is not only a great source for information, it can also be the home for your own ideas and opinions regarding the world of Linux and open source software.

Every registered Linux.com user will have the ability to contribute to the Community Blogs section, using the My Blog interface.

The My Blog system is easy to use and will let you post blog entries from your account for all Linux.com users to view. This blog entry will walk you through how to use My Blog.

Creating an Entry

To create a blog entry,

  1. In the My Account module on the right side of your profile page, click the My Blog Dashboard link.
  2. Click the Write New Entry button. The blog editor window will pop up.
  3. Type a new blog into the editor. You can enter and format text, insert graphics, and add links.
  4. Click Save periodically to prevent loss of data due to time outs.
  5. Click the Blog title (click to edit) link at the top of the editor to enter a headline for your blog entry.
  6. When finished, click Save & Close.

Configuring Your Blog

  1. In the My Account module on the right side of your profile page, click the My Blog Dashboard link. The My Blog Dashboard page will open.
  2. Click the Preferences tab.
  3. Enter the title for your blog and a brief description.
  4. Click Submit to enter your changes.

One thing to note: the Linux Foundation is providing a framework for discussion and user generated information to expand the knowledge base of Linux information. Please note that articles, as well as any other user content on Linux.com (such as blogs, directory content, forums, comments, etc.), do not reflect the views or endorsements of the Linux Foundation, its staff, or its members. We recognize there may be inaccurate information reflected in this site and that users should understand that something that appears on Linux.com does not mean the Linux Foundation has vetted or endorsed that content.

 

 

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