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Offline publisher

  1. Can you download and install an offline publisher for oyur wordpress blog?

  2. There's a number of them that you can try. Around here, we usually suggest Blogdesk

  3. entomoagricola

    If you are using Firefox, there is one extension, "Performancing", to post at WordPress.

  4. Another alternative is Microsoft Windows Live Writer

  5. Here are useful links to other free blog editors
    w.bloggar isn't a WYSIWYG editor, meaning you have to write the HTML (or use the buttons to do it for you), instead of writing a post in a way you would write a Word document. Interestingly, w.bloggar lets you either choose to preview through a Mozilla-based preivew, or an Internet Explorer based one. w.bloggar supports trackbacks, pingbacks, FTP and most blogging platforms. Also, it colour codes the HTML.

    Here are links to some you must buy

    Also note that the next version of Microsoft Word allows posting to blogs.

  6. If you have Firefox you can use the Deepest Sender plugin:

  7. I believe the wordpress referred to on the Deepst Sender plug-in is the version and not the version. Can anyone verify this?
    From the site:

    It is primarily a LiveJournal client, although it supports Blogger (Atom) and WordPress (metaWeblog) too, with support for more stuff to come. Note that the actual Deepest Sender website will always have the most up to date version.

  8. Should work. WPMu supports metaWeblog. That's what Blogdesk uses when it accesses a wp blog.

  9. Thanks drmike:)

  10. Does anybody know of any linux off-line publishers?

  11. sirix, you might wanna try BloGTK or Drivel.

  12. What you're looking for is something that supports the MetaWeblob or MoveableType APIs. You can also use a publisher that uses the Blogger API but that is so featusre limited (it doesn't do categories for example) it's probably not worth the effort.

    Hope this helps,

  13. Any favorites for us Mac users out there?


  14. Trent, I've installed Journler on my mac. Although I haven't used it yet, it looks quiet powerful. You might want to give it a try too.


  15. Beauty....I will check it out!



  16. Is there a blog that you can run on your desktop - ie. it's never online, but simply way of organising your personal docs?

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