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In this article I explain the blogging terms you should know if you are using a blog on your website.
I have tried to keep it simple providing definitions for the most common terms and things you may ask about.
I think one reason why people may shy away from blogging is because of the dreaded “no comments”. It’s like no body is coming to your party.
Blogging is about building relationships so don’t be shy leave a comment.
Ever wonder what the heck I am talking about when I use terms such domain name, hosting, DNS?
Here is a list of common website terms that you may hear me use when we are working together on your site.
Before we start working on your site, it’s important to have a clear understanding of the difference between pages and posts:
Pages are usually those which have a static purpose in life. For example an artist statement, bio, CV, Gallery pages or a contact forms. They do not usually contain information about news items, for example, which are added to the site on a regular basis.
A couple of weeks ago I received a phone call from New Haven artist Susan Shutan. She was in the process of finalizing an exhibition proposal to turn over to the curator. But before she finished she decided to Google “Pins & Needles”.