Administering Blogs from the user interface
Make site-wide changes on your Blogs server from the Blogs user interface.
As the Blogs administrator, you can make site-wide changes to the blogs for your organization directly from the Blogs user interface. To do so you must browse to the Blog site using a URL similar to: http://BlogServerName/blogs. Once the site opens, login as an Administrative user. After login, click the Administration tab. This page allows you to make site-wide configuration changes.
From this location you can:
- Specify settings for the Blogs home page
- Specify settings for what blog creators can do – for example, whether they can apply custom themes or specify trackback links
- Administer users.
Manage the cache
Configuring an administrator for Blogs
By default, no user is set to administer Blogs. If you have not already done so, use this procedure to designate a Blogs administrator.
- Managing the Blogs Homepage blog
The Blogs Homepage blog serves as the main page for your Blogs deployment and has some special considerations.
- Specifying site-wide setting for Blogs
Specify site-wide setting for all blogs in your organization.
- Managing a community blog
After you add a blog to a community, you can manage the blog from either the community or from the My Blogs page of the Blogs application. However, you can only manage membership from the community.
- Administering Blogs users
As the site administrator, you can directly manage a user's blog.
Parent topic:Administering Blogs