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Or click this link to our Add Your Technical Blog page
Put in the title of your blog, and then put URL to your blog's RSS feed and not the URL to your blog's home page. This feed should include the full content of your blog posts – not summaries.
Leverage the Rel-Tag Microformat. Check out the links if you've never heard of them. It's really simple. All you need to do is place an anchor tag somewhere in you blog article's content. E.g.:
<a href="http://anyurl.com" rel="tag">CodeProject</a>
If you don't want this link visible just use a style to hide it (e.g. style="display:none") – we'll still pick it up.
The URL in the anchor can be any URL you like but we thought it would be useful to point to your blog articles page here on code project: http://www.codeproject.com/script/Articles/BlogFeedList.aspx?amid=<your member id>
Note that there is a minimum length of 1000 words for blog entries (excluding HTML). Any entries under this length will not be consumed.
Please do not submit blogs other than your own. If you have suggestions on blogs you would like seen here please contact us. We can reach out to the author and ask for their permission.
Because the default feed for blogspot is Atom 1.0, make sure you add "?alt=rss" to the end of your feed URL.
The result will look like this: http://blogname.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss
Your RSS feed URL is: http://blogname.wordpress.com/feed/
Once you are logged in to your wordpress account go to your settings page
My Dashboard > Settings > Reading:
Make sure "Full text" is selected as shown below:
And make sure that the number of "Syndication feeds show the most recent" number of posts will include your desired post.
Then go to Categories section: My Dashboard > Posts > Categories:
and add "CodeProject" to the Category Name field and hit "Add Category." Now you can edit previous posts you would like added to Code Project, and change their category to the "CodeProject"
One of our wonderful users, hjgode, created a Wordpress Plugin that you simply have to add to your site by following his instructions.
Every day we will check your RSS feed and your specially marked entries will be published as articles. Just submit your blog's RSS feed, blog as normal, and we'll take care of the rest!
Each new blog entry goes through an approval process from the Code Project community. Our members who have been here longest and contributed most have the power to approve technical blog entries. As with articles, technical blog entries require a certain amount of detail so that users can learn the most from them. If your technical blog entry is unapproved and you want it approved faster, contact us at submit[at]codeproject.com.
Certain user-submitted content on the site is subject to moderation. The purpose of moderation is to stop the publication of obviously inappropriate material, plagiarised content or content that is not of sufficient quality to be published at that point.
Moderation is available to members who have contributed enough to the community that the system considers them a good judge of what is and isn't acceptable. If you suddenly find moderation buttons available to you then thank you - you've done a lot for the community and we would now like to give you the opportunity to do even more.
If you have an author reputation of Silver or higher, you will have access to the moderation queue. It looks like this:
From there you can hover over the checkbox to get the following dropdown:
The way the moderation works is you have to receive five "Approve" items to be published, or five "Report / Needs help" items to reach a different article status. If five members Approve your blog entry it will become live and available for all to see. If five members either "Report" or mark your blog entry as "Needs help" your article status will become "Closed" and you will receive an email notification indicating who closed the blog entry, why, and what to do:
If you wish to revise and reopen your blog entry based on the feedback from these members then simply go to [link to blog entry provided] and click the "Update my article" link. This will enable you to edit and update your blog entry and will re-open your blog entry for other members to enjoy.
If an author has genuinely tried to provide a decent material, even if they may need some encouraging to improve it, then the item should be approved by moderators.
Technical blog entries must have similar content and format as articles. Technical blog entries that deviate too far from this will be removed. If you ever have any questions or concerns about this, feel free to contact us.
Sometimes blog authors want to make changes to their entries on Code Project. To do this you can click on the "Modify" link just under the title of the article.
Absolutely! But we ask that you only submit feeds that you have ownership of. If you have suggestions on blogs you would like seen here please contact us. We can reach out to the author and ask for their permission.
Not at the moment but if there is demand for this we will consider adding support.
Typically every 12 to 24 hours.
Yes. Everywhere you currently see regular "hand-written" articles, Technical Blog articles will also be visible. Pages that list articles will have an option to filter out Technical Blog articles however. Though the default is to list all article types.
Yes. If we find this element in your feed it will be taken as the article's content. Which means the <description> element will then be used only for the article description. If there is no <content:encoded> element we use <description> as article description and content.
The 'Last Polled' column indicates when your RSS feed was last polled for new content. A date/time here indicates that your feed URL is valid and was successfully read. Conversely, if you see 'Never' this means either your URL was not reachable or does not contain a valid RSS feed.
The 'Last Updated' column indicates when new content last aggregated as Code Project articles. If you see 'Never' this means no Code Project articles have ever been created from your RSS feed.
By default, all blog entries are in Uncategorized Blog Entries > General. If you log into Code Project and click Modify:
You will be able to select a different section.
This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)
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