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myBlog 1.3
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myBlog manages, publishes and uploads blogs to your Web space. myBlog creates an RSS feed that accompanies the blog online for visitors to subscribe and be updated whenever new entries are uploaded to the blog.

An Inspector palette provides access to a blog's properties, including domain login for uploading, RSS feed settings, style for text elements and navigation links. A unique graphics trimmer allows images to be positioned and cropped to masthead or icon size, saving and dropping them into an entry.
What's New
Version 1.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later



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Jfm commented on 18 Jan 2010
The download link does no longer seem to work - same on the developer's website itself...
[Version 1.2]


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Zo219 commented on 08 Aug 2009
This is like iWeb! I finally get it.

Constructs the whole blog, then uploads it. Not comparable to MarsEdit etc. I don't think this is made clear enough -- and this could be a real advantage to some. Wouldn't need Rapidweaver, say, or iWeb.

Test on its own merits.
[Version 1.2]


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Corona Software (developer) commented on 07 Nov 2006
The "ReadMe" is online at:
http://www.designersdomain.com/myBlog.html

A bookmark file is included with the app in the archive. Double-clicking it will open and render the page in your web browser.

I thought it good to use myBlog to create its "ReadMe".
[Version 1.1.1]


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Zo219 commented on 16 Oct 2006
Well, it would be extremely helpful if the program were accompanied by a few words from the developer. You know, like a ReadMe?

Jeesh.
[Version 1.1.1]


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Corona Software (developer) commented on 10 Oct 2006
interesting comment, as the interface and intended use of myBlog is very similar to Apple's iWeb. Actually, myBlog writes cleaner HTML and locally publishes blogs faster than iWeb. The other products you mentioned work with online blogs, which is not myBlogs intended purpose. myblog is not a webreader. (10/10/2006, Version: 1.1)
[Version 1.1]


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modde commented on 10 Oct 2006
I wouldn't recommend it. The gui is far from intuitive, it lacks features. Go for marsedit, ecto or flock. Flock is a featurefull webreader which handles your flickr/photobucket account, and publishes posts to several apis. Easy to use. Free. Based on firefox.
[Version 1.1]

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Corona Software (developer) replied on 10 Oct 2006
interesting comment, as the interface and intended use of myBlog is very similar to Apple's iWeb. Actually, myBlog writes cleaner HTML and locally publishes blogs faster than iWeb. The other products you mentioned work with online blogs, which is not myBlogs intended purpose. myblog is not a webreader.
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Downloads:5,585
Version Downloads:704
Type:Multimedia Design : Author Tools
License:Demo
Date:13 Jun 2010
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $12.95
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myBlog manages, publishes and uploads blogs to your Web space. myBlog creates an RSS feed that accompanies the blog online for visitors to subscribe and be updated whenever new entries are uploaded to the blog.

An Inspector palette provides access to a blog's properties, including domain login for uploading, RSS feed settings, style for text elements and navigation links. A unique graphics trimmer allows images to be positioned and cropped to masthead or icon size, saving and dropping them into an entry.


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