How to Start Posting with MODx Mini-Blogs

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  1. Login to the MODx Control Panel.
  2. Press the plus-sign next to the Blog(2) container resource to see the blog entries posted there.
  3. To make a new Blog entry, simply right-click the Blog container document and choose the "Create Resource here" menu option. To edit an existing blog article, right click the entry and choose the "Edit Resource" menu option.
  4. Write or edit the content and press save, making sure the document is published.
  5. Everything else is automatic; you're done!

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