older pic. It doesn’t show up until I’ve posted. Now I know.
2016-02-05 at 08:47
Did you see the stuff on how to set up the o2 part?
After a bit of searching for how to post from the front end, I found the answer in the WordPress forums
What you have to do to activate front-end posting, is to go to Customise/Theme Options and check off ‘Enable front-end editing’ and also check off ‘Enable To Do Module’
The bit I am not sure about yet is whether to check off the third option, which is to mark new posts as to do.
2016-02-05 at 08:58
I had only one, of the three, options, ticked in mine. Now I’ve ticked all three. Not sure about that third one either, but in this blog it isn’t important — I’ll just see how it acts.
It’s kind of nice, huh?! 😊
2016-02-05 at 09:50
Yes, it is – I think it is great that it is possible to write from the front end. I have never been a fan of that, but for short posts I think it is great.
2016-02-05 at 09:54
Yes, quick updates and not necessarily pictures. It’s difficult to edit the size of them.
2016-02-05 at 09:59
I’ve set up a private site with just Tamara and I posting – testing to use it like Slack, which we have been using up until now.
2016-02-05 at 10:01
I was just thinking of that; one could use it as a message board, of sorts. I’ve set the ‘depth’ of comments threads to 10.
2016-02-05 at 10:03
Plus the fact that you can set it up so that the posts are ToDos 🙂
2016-02-05 at 10:04
Yes, I could, but I never have anything to do [this being a good thing].
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2016-02-05 at 10:24
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