Writing your First Post using BlogEngine

In order to write a new blog post using BlogEngine, you should follow the steps given below

  1. Login to BlogEngine dashboard
  2. Select Posts option from the top toolbar
  3. You will view a new dashboard with the title Posts Learn More
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Zurmo – Updating a Task

One of the great features of Zurmo is that Tasks can be created to set a due date, document and track your progress, or set a follow up item. Once a task is created, Zurmo makes it easy to locate and update your pending tasks.

The first step is to make sure you are on your Zurmo Dashboard. By selecting the Home button you will be situated on your Zurmo Dashboard. Once you are on the Dashboard, locate the Portlet titled My Open Tasks. (Note, if you do not see the Portlet on your Dashboard, see the separate post regarding adding a Portlet to your Dashboard). Once you locate the My Open Tasks Portlet, find the task in the list you would like to update. Position your mouse pointer to the far right of the item you would like to update and you will see a ‘pencil’ icon appear. Learn More

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WordPress – Syntax Error

There is such an abundance of WordPress tutorials, guides, and code snippets available on the web. They are all intended for users to try new things on their website and learn more about WordPress. Sadly a small little error can cause the whole site to break which is very scary especially for new users. If you were trying something new on your WordPress site and got a following error “Syntax error, unexpected…”, then don’t freak out. You are not the first one to receive the syntax error in WordPress, and you will not be the last one. In this article we will show you how to fix the unexpected syntax error in WordPress.

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