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Managing your new Blog

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Important Information

This guide is for the Freeola InstantPro Website Builder. This service has now been replaced by a more modern product, RQS, and therefore is no longer updated with new features.

To build your website in RQS for free, please click here or visit the RQS Builder section of your MyFreeola Control Panel.

Now that you have created your blog, you will now need to know how to manage it!

Launch InstantPro and from the Main Menu, click Manage My Blog, under the Website Tools header.  If you have more than one blog page, select the one you want to manage from the drop down list.

Adding New Posts

To write a new post on your blog, simply select the Write a New Blog Post button.Write a new blog post

Once you have completed your new post, press the Finish button.

Editing Previous Posts

To edit any post, simply click the Edit icon of the post you would like to update.Edit post

This will take you back to the editor, where you can edit the post and post title.

After you are happy with the changes, press the Finish button to save and update.

Deleting Posts

Deleting a blog post is easy! Simply click the Delete icon for the relevant post.Deleting post

Moderating Comments

Step 1

You may want to EditDelete or Approve comments made on your blog. To do this, click the Moderate Comments button.

Moderate Comments

Step 2

Clicking Delete will irreversibly delete the comment. You can check or uncheck the Approve Comment box – unchecking the box means that the comment will not be deleted – but it will not appear on your site.

Comments will automatically be approved, unless you opted to moderate comments.


Step 3

If you want to make small changes to comments, click the View/Edit Comment button. When you are happy with the changes, press Save.

After you are happy with the changes made, press the Finish button.

RSS Feeds on your Blog Page

RSS Feeds are a great way to keep regular visitors up to date, and there is nothing you need to do to enable the facility – it’s done for you automatically. To add a Subscribe to RSS button to your page click the Advanced Options button and check the Show RSS Feed Button tick box.

RSS options

The Subscribe to RSS button will appear just below your post, just like in the image below:RSS button

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