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Web 2.0 workshop at Scottish Centre for the Book

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  • 1. Blogging with Blogger
  • 2. Your account Sign into your Google account to get started
  • 3. Name your blog
  • 4. Templates
  • 5. Ready to go
  • 6. Settings
    • Access Settings from your Dashboard  
    • For most settings you will probably want to leave them as they are so you don't need to change much
    • . ALWAYS SAVE YOUR SETTINGS .
  • 7. More about settings… Basic settings Choose which ones to enable Formatting Choose, date, TIME, language etc Comments Allow comments Archive How often do you want to archive posts? Permissions Who can comment or post E-mail Enable posts from e-mail or mobile
  • 8. Write your first post
    • Go to the Posting Page .
    • Give your post a title and write your post in the Text Box . Use the editing tools in the tool bar
    • Add any keywords in the Labels box
    • Preview the post first and then click on publish to send to the blog.
  • 9. Editing or deleting posts Go to the Posting page and select Edit posts. You can choose to edit or delete individual posts
  • 10. Adding features Choose Page Elements from the Layout menu and click on Add Gadgets to see the full list.
  • 11. More help For a web tutorial on Blogger from the Wired Safety website click here