Dec 202008

Huh not completely the most intuitive but it certainly seems to work 🙂

Now to sort out a damn theme I like.

Just asked it to work out where I am, curious to see results as Wifi off.

Mobile Blogging from here.

  4 Responses to “Test post from iBlogger”

  1. Didn’t get on with it myself. Might just be me, but I couldn’t get it to read tags from existing entried that I’d written somewhere else, so if I ever used it to edit old posts, they’d lose their tags. Not ideal.

    Other than that I thought it was pretty good though.

    • Mmm, I decided in the end that iBlogger is probably not for me. The “offical” wordpress one works well enough and allows multiple image uploads which is a major plus for me and as you say losing tags is not ideal.

      The iPhone isn’t the best blogging platform, predictive spell is helpfull but it lacks proper spelling correction which leaves you to post and then check spelling later. Haven’t tried to see if drafts are synced to the server.

  2. Wait, what? Moderation? Trust Akismet… it won’t let you down. 😉

    • Heh, it was on the default option of “Comment author must have a previously approved comment”, which is why you where held. I’ve turned it off now and will see how it goes. I’d expect Akismet to do a fairly good job but nobody has tried spamming me yet 🙂

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