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Posted by: jdanthony
Posted on: Apr 5th, 2005, 10:37am
I purchased 1Site recently, and I'm wondering if I can use it to create a blog, which I want to monetize. All the the standalone blog companies I see out there require that you know code/html n order to monetize the site, and I haven't got a clue. Is this possible for me to do using 1Site? In order to have a successful blog, I think you need to have trackback, comments, etc.? If not, I want to keep 1Site anyway, as I want to create non-blog sites as well.
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Apr 6th, 2005, 4:52pm
A blog is usually created using an automatic script on the server, in other words a "blog program" (just like this forum, this forum is managed with a script on the server, a "forum program").
With 1SITE you can create something similar (with similar look) but not exactly a blog, as a real blog is a live program.
I think that as well most of Web host (example ? our partner DewaHost) are now offering a pre-installed Forum on their Control Panel, within the next incoming months they will offer a Blog within the Control Panel.
In other words I think that within a few months you will be able to ask your host / web server to install a blog for you on your server (maybe with a little additional fee).
By the way, it is likely that some Blog scripts are ALREADY available as public domain or GNU or available for a small fee - you may ask to your host / web server. Good luck
Posted by: Greg Siddons
Posted on: May 11th, 2005, 7:53am
I use 1site to maintain my blog(s) with no problem.
Because of the way 1site works (and indeed w3c HTML), any added text and/or photos moves the rest of the page down nicely to make room. I love the way compliant HTML re-paginates to suit the window size and font size.