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Site Image and a Blog

Thread began 9/02/2009 4:32 am by duncanwil312020 | Last modified 9/03/2009 3:47 pm by duncanwil312020 | 1169 views | 2 replies |

duncanwil312020

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.

Duncan

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Eric Mittman

You shouldn't worry about specifying the logo everytime, if for some reason it uses the default place holder you can just update the template without having to go back into the wizard. We have some info on this in the archived documentation section of the SiteAssist support page, here is a link:

siteassist/

In the archived documentation is the built in help as well as the modifying tutorials for editing the site after the fact. As for blog support this is not a feature of SiteAssist, any blog you wanted to add to your site would be a custom endeavor. If you have blog software that can integrate natively you could create a new set of pages to accommodate the blog but there is no automated incorporation.

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duncanwil312020

Thanks

Thanks for your prompt response.

I didn't want to upset siteassist by not specifying the site loge image every time but appreciated it would probably be ok.

As for the blog, blogger will do as it doesn't tend to let me down!! Touch wood!

Duncan

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