[Pro] Blogs and webyep

Is it possible to create a blog in freeway pro that the client can access via webyeb?


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Sure. If you also add the Disqus service to it, you can have comments, too. There’s instructions here: http://www.softpress.com/kb/questions/36/Blogs+in+Freeway

Adding WebYep to this would be a great way to make it remote-updateable. You might also want to look at Perch or Pulse, two simple CMSs that both include blog features.

Walter

On Nov 26, 2012, at 1:16 PM, Robert Greaves wrote:

Is it possible to create a blog in freeway pro that the client can access via webyeb?


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Hi Bob
actually if your blogging needs aren’t to massive then it can be done in webyep
here is an example where by the client can add a blog post
http://www.sophieyershonphotography.co.uk/blog.php?DOC_INST=19

she has only added two posts for the moment and I do need to move the comments so they are with the individual blog post but it is quite achievable. As long as it’s a small amount e.g. once or twice a month and not 365 posts a year then yes webyep can be made to to work like a blog


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Thanks all. The site is up and uses web yep. If i add the blog in Pulse Pro will that cause a conflict with web yep or am I best just to stick with web yep?


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Hi Bob pulse pro is an alternative cms system and I have no idea if the two can live together if anyone has tried it then it would be interesting to know

max


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