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Drupal 6 Content Administration by J. Ayen Green

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On Blogging

We've looked at Views, which gives us a means for displaying Node Content in a different way than Drupal normally gives us. Another example of presenting information to your visitors in a different way is a Blog. A blog is an online diary. Blogs can add richness and intimacy to a site by bringing the site visitors closer to the author. Blogs are meant to contain informal content, as opposed to the typical content found in a Story or a Page.

There are some administrative requirements in Drupal for establishing a blog or blogs. The specifics are beyond the scope of this book, but a summary is provided after the next activity. If you do not see Blog entry as a Node Content type in your admin menu, then it has not yet been enabled by the ...

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