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Blog with a twist

Discussion in 'Programming' started by North Carolina SEO, Sep 20, 2005.

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    I'm not sure exactly where to post this on the DP forums but, here goes...

    Is there a relatively easy way to setup a blog where the posters can write the articles, post to different subdirectories instead of all in one place?
    SEMrush
    My goal is to have a site with differing themed "categories" and articles from multiple writers (all pre-accepted) that could be posted into the "category" subdirectory based on the intent of the writer. This way there is a certain organization to the site with links within the blog itself as well as some dynamic scripts I would have in the menu system pulling page info from each subdirectory.

    Any ideas???
     
    North Carolina SEO, Sep 20, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
  2. tomm

    tomm Peon

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    maybe articlelive from interspire.com is what you're looking for
     
    tomm, Sep 23, 2005 IP
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    nevetS Evolving Dragon

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    slash and moveable type have that functionality built in. Slash is difficult to get going, but solid. Moveable type has a relatively high learning curve to get set up properly as well, but very powerful. Wordpress will do it to. You can also check out Typo3.
     
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    North Carolina SEO Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys! I'll check these out right away. :)
     
    North Carolina SEO, Sep 24, 2005 IP