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Site Image and a Blog

Thread began 9/02/2009 1:32 am by duncanwil312020 | Last modified 9/03/2009 12:47 pm by duncanwil312020 | 1708 views | 2 replies


Site Image and a Blog

I am creating a new web site using SiteAssist and it is excellent ... SiteAssist, that is. It gives me so much seamless functionality: been looking for that for years. My original web site is 8 years old now and amateur looking by comparison even if the content is good.

Anyway, whenever I need to update the new site by adding or deleting a section, adding a page etc, SiteAssist always begins by asking me for my main site logo ... do I REALLY need to do this every time or is it something it does just in case?

Secondly, I like to blog and have two with my old site, attached from Blogger. Is it possible to have my own blog within a SiteAssist site that I can manage myself? Nothing wrong with Blogger as it does what I want; but it is remote if you understand what I mean.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts and I hope two questions in one post isn't too ridiculous.


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