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[[Image:Blog_newentry.gif|thumb|Add a new blog entry in Moodle 1.6]]
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==Enabling / disabling blogs==
==Adding a blog entry==
 
  
#Click on the Blog tab in your profile page.
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Blogs in Moodle are enabled by default. They may be disabled by a site administrator in ''Administration > Site administration > Advanced features'' by setting the blog visibility to 'Disable blog system completely'.
#Click on the "Add a new entry" link.
 
#Write your entry and give it a title.
 
#If you want to attach a file (in Moodle 1.8 onwards), click the Browse button, find the file on your computer, and click Open. Be sure your document is smaller than the maximum attachment size.
 
#Choose who you wish to publish the entry to i.e. who may see the entry. There are three options:
 
#*Yourself i.e. your blog entry is a draft
 
#*Anyone on your site
 
#*Anyone in the world
 
#Select appropriate official tags for your entry and/or add one or more user defined tags. If you add more then one, they should be comma separated.
 
#Click on the "Save changes" button.
 
Freelance writers can earn more money from home
 
  
Freelance writing and their experience
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==My profile settings==
  
  I am a freelance writer, I have more than 2 years experience in freelance work. I have more than 10 years work experience in various companies and various sections. But now a day overall economy is very low, so two years back I decided to start with freelance work.
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===Blog entries per page===
   
 
I am doing work for my existing clients as well as new clients and I am trying to keep them very happy with me so that only I can maintain my relationship. I am getting clients and projects from freelance website like www.net4manpower.com. I am one of the power members in this site. I won more than 55 projects from this site. When I started my freelance career that time I don’t know about any websites and I confused about how to get the projects? How to contact the job providers? That time my friend Mr.johnsmith thakal  help me , he only tell about this website and tell me  don’t want to pay any amount for registration and bid, Just free service and also secure payment.
 
  
First I am not have 100% hope in this site, after that I thought let we try, so I will join free with this site and bid the projects, slowly I won the projects and clients. Now many clients from www.net4manpower.com are my life long customers and still now I will not worry about the payment. They are providing me 100% payment security. But when I see this site first, I am not getting hope or confidence this site, because there design is simple and not good look. But there service is very good.
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In ''Administration > My profile > Blogs > Preferences'' you can set how many blog entries are displayed on a page. The default number of entries is 10.  
  
Every freelancer should be satisfying your clients then only you can get more work from us.
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==Site administration settings==
  
Freelance project biding
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Blogs have additional settings which may be changed by an administrator in ''Administration > Site administration > Appearance > Blog''.
  
    I’m join with project outsourcing website and submitted my profile and portfolio first, because many freelancers doing this mistake that is they are joined with freelance sites but they will not provide their overall details. But in this kind of freelance website all the clients must see the portfolio and profile first after that only they will select you. Normally I ‘m quoting affordable cost for n4mp clients, but I will not provide very cheap rate, according to my work I will offer good price. I am investing 90$ per month subscription and earn more than 500$ per month, so it is very helpful for me.
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===Enable blog associations===
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[[Image:Blog menu block.png|frame|Blog menu block on an assignment page]]
Many people they are interested in home based works but they are very lazy to submit the bid. But in my experience I am not waiting for more time for projects reply. I will get immediate response from net4manpower clients and also other freelance site.
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If blog associations are enabled, users can blog about their course or a particular activity using the context-sensitive links for adding an entry in the [[Blog menu block]] e.g. 'Add an entry about this assignment' or 'Add an entry about this course'.
  
Create online portfolio
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Two capabilities:
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*[[Capabilities/moodle/blog:associatecourse|Associate blog entries with courses]] and
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*[[Capabilities/moodle/blog:associatemodule|Associate blog entries with activity modules]]
  
    Freelancers should be creating a virtual portfolio that is client list and samples, it is very useful to market your service to client nationally and internationally. Many free services providers are there in online to create the portfolio, so you can use this for your market.
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(both allowed for the default roles of authenticated user and student) enable blog associations to be restricted to particular courses and/or activity modules (in Moodle 2.3.2 onwards).
  
You don't have to look hard to find freelance writing jobs; you just have to "look smart!" Make this your year to achieve your writing goals and become a published creator!!!!
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===Blog visibility===
  
Don’t delay…Act now and take a trip to http://www.net4manpower.com
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This setting allows you to restrict the level to which user blogs can be viewed on this site. Note that they specify the maximum context of the VIEWER not the poster or the types of blog posts. Blogs can also be disabled completely if you don't want them at all.
Don’t hesitate to contact us supportclient@live.com
 
  
All the best.
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Note: Sites upgrading to 2.0 which previously had blog visibility set to "Users can only see blogs for people who share a course" or "Users can only see blogs for people who share a group" will have blogs converted into blog-like format forums.
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[[File:blogvisibility.png]]
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===Enable external blogs===
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Enables users to specify external blog feeds. Moodle regularly checks these blog feeds and copies new entries to the local blog of that user.
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===External blog cron schedule===
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How often Moodle checks the external blogs for new entries. By default it is 24 hours.
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===Maximum number of external blogs per user===
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By default, the number of external blogs each user is allowed to link to their Moodle blog is 1.
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===Enable comments===
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Blog comments are enabled by default, though may be disabled if required.
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==Blog capabilities==
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/blog:create|Create new blog entries]]
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/blog:manageentries|Edit and manage entries]]
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/blog:manageexternal|Edit and manage external blogs]]
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/blog:search|Search blog entries]]
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/blog:view|View blog entries]]
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/blog:viewdrafts|View draft blog entries]]
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/user:readuserblogs|See all user blogs]]
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/blog:associatecourse|Associate blog entries with courses]]
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/blog:associatemodule|Associate blog entries with activity modules]]
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The [[Blogger role]] may be used to limit blogging to specific users only.
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Latest revision as of 09:07, 30 May 2014

Enabling / disabling blogs

Blogs in Moodle are enabled by default. They may be disabled by a site administrator in Administration > Site administration > Advanced features by setting the blog visibility to 'Disable blog system completely'.

My profile settings

Blog entries per page

In Administration > My profile > Blogs > Preferences you can set how many blog entries are displayed on a page. The default number of entries is 10.

Site administration settings

Blogs have additional settings which may be changed by an administrator in Administration > Site administration > Appearance > Blog.

Enable blog associations

Blog menu block on an assignment page

If blog associations are enabled, users can blog about their course or a particular activity using the context-sensitive links for adding an entry in the Blog menu block e.g. 'Add an entry about this assignment' or 'Add an entry about this course'.

Two capabilities:

(both allowed for the default roles of authenticated user and student) enable blog associations to be restricted to particular courses and/or activity modules (in Moodle 2.3.2 onwards).

Blog visibility

This setting allows you to restrict the level to which user blogs can be viewed on this site. Note that they specify the maximum context of the VIEWER not the poster or the types of blog posts. Blogs can also be disabled completely if you don't want them at all.

Note: Sites upgrading to 2.0 which previously had blog visibility set to "Users can only see blogs for people who share a course" or "Users can only see blogs for people who share a group" will have blogs converted into blog-like format forums.

blogvisibility.png

Enable external blogs

Enables users to specify external blog feeds. Moodle regularly checks these blog feeds and copies new entries to the local blog of that user.

External blog cron schedule

How often Moodle checks the external blogs for new entries. By default it is 24 hours.

Maximum number of external blogs per user

By default, the number of external blogs each user is allowed to link to their Moodle blog is 1.

Enable comments

Blog comments are enabled by default, though may be disabled if required.

Blog capabilities

The Blogger role may be used to limit blogging to specific users only.