With the module 'Blogs' you can write blog articles. Your readers can respond to the articles. You can find the module under the header 'Website'.

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With the module 'Blogs' you can write blog articles. Your readers can respond to the articles. You can find the module under the header 'Website':


screenshot of the menu under the header website


Module overview

On the left-hand side of the module, you will see a structure of icon for folders 'folders' and icon for blogs 'blogs'. You will also have the option to choose icon for all folders 'all blogs', where the module will show you all blog articles that have been added to the different folders and blogs.


On the right-hand side of the module, you will see the icon for blog articles 'blog articles'. Each blog article line ends with the publication status, whether a schedule has been set, or if the accessibility has been set:


screenshot of the module overview



Controlling the folders

By default, you will see the action button icon for add blog 'add blog' added to the menu bar on the left-hand side of the module.


When you select a specific folder, you will find several additional action buttons to control your folder when you click icon for more 'More':


screenshot of the menu on the left hand side of the module


icon for edit blog Edit blog: Change the name of the folder, choose a standard template, or apply the template recursively.


icon for delete blog Delete blog: Delete the folder and everything within it.


icon for change blog permissions Change blog permissions: You can set permissions at the folder level.


icon for duplicate blog Duplicate blog: Duplicate the entire folder and everything within it.


icon for publish blog Publish blog: Publish everything within the folder in one go.




Controlling the blog articles

By default, you will see the following action buttons on the menu bar on the right-hand side of the module:


icon for search Search: This will unfold a search bar:


screenshot of the searchbar


icon for add Add


icon for edit Edit


icon for delete Delete


icon for publish Publish


icon share on social media Share on social media (You can only choose this option if your social media has been linked in the modules 'Twitter' and/or 'Facebook')


icon for delete comments Delete comments


icon for moderate comments Moderate comments


When you select a specific blog article you will find several additional action buttons to control your redirect when you click icon for more 'More':


screenshot of the menu on the right hand side of the module


icon for rollback Rollback: Version control; With this option, you can rollback to an earlier version.


icon for change permissions Change permissions: Change whether different user groups can view, add, edit, delete or publish content, or change permissions.


icon for change scheduling Change scheduling: You can set when a blog article goes on or offline.


icon for change accessibillity Change accessibility: You can change the accessibility to this content; everyone, just registered visitors or only specific visitor groups.


icon for take offline Take offline


icon for duplicate Duplicate: Duplicate the selected blog article.


icon for audit log Audit log: An overview of all edits to the blog article.



Blog article status

Other than the other modules, blog articles can have 4 different statussus. The colour of the flags show you what the status is. It can be red, yellow, blue, or green.


icon for Published but changedPublished but changed.


icon for New and not publishedNew and not published.


icon for Comments waiting for approvalComments waiting for approval.


icon for Published and not changedPublished and not changed.


screenshot of blog articles with the different statussus



Summary of the blog article

When you select a blog article, a summary will appear at the bottom of the module. 


The general part of the summary will inform you of:

  • The title of the blog article
  • The name of the blog the article is part of
  • The direct URL of the blog article
  • The image that was added to the blog article


The properties part of the summary will inform you of:

  • The date and time of the creation
  • The date and time of the last edit
  • The date and time of publication
  • Who has made the changes


screenshot of the summary



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