A Note about Posting on The Errol Flynn Blog!

25 Feb

The blog is set up by default to post articles published in categories on the front Page.  Any posting to our list of categories will show up on the Front Page as well as the category you selected for it. Please do publish articles in our categories if they fit within them! This will make them available to readers browsing our categories. Your posting to a category will show up as Recent Posts on the blog –

You do not need to select a category to be published on the Front Page. Main Page (Front Page) is ticked by default.

We are using a plugin that prevents articles published in certain categories on the blog  from appearing on the Front Page (that used to be separate folders) and if they were not excluded content in them would be thrown to the Front Page like any other posting!

To Publish your articles to the Front Page you need to select a category under the ALL CATEGORIES tab–it’s on the right hand side of the Add New Post panel — this publishes your post to the Front Page, and any other category you have also selected for it. If you do not select a category, the blog will tick off the top category in the list automatically!

TIP: Select MOST USED tab to bring the most used categories tick boxes to the top of the list.

— David DeWitt


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  1. Volker

    February 26, 2012 at 5:52 am

    Hello David,
    have you found out yet how to (re-) attach photos to the posts? So far I only could find the insertion function.

    • David DeWitt

      February 26, 2012 at 5:57 am

      I think you mean re-attach the attachments to our posts such as your wonderful Beam Ends series? This is still something that I must find a way to do! None of the attachment were migrated, as you know – I still have access to the old location and will determine how best to do this – soon!

  2. daringthorpe

    February 26, 2012 at 4:26 pm

    First login on the “new site” great look,anyway just to comment on the Tasmania video. I don’t think they had their thinking caps on, what a blooper.