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This is a paid feature and it is included in all paid membership levels.

All paid members can access this area at no extra cost. You will see the menu to the left of this page.

If you are a free member you will not have access to the library menu.

How it works:

Blog User Guide

Full of features, it is a well thought alternative to Wordpress blogging, allowing you to use versatility and well known blogging conventions - like RSS Syndication, Bookmarking Sites (like Digg, Twitter, Facebook, etc). Featuring a Web 2.0 Dashboard with draggable panes and all-in-reach controls, your blogging experience is truly comfortable and in a luxuriant environment.

Some of the features offered by the 
Blog are: 

How To Add Posts To Your Own Blog

After you created your blog you can add posts on it.

First thing you will have to fill in when creating a new post is the 
Title and the Main body of the post, where you write the actual article using an WYSIWYG editor. Right between these 2 fields you will find an Add Media button which will pop up the user folder. On this folder, depending on the backend configuration, you might be allowed to upload files and create as many folders as you want for a better sorting, the amount of space each user has is set by the administrator and can vary depending on user class. When you upload files they will be stored in the folder you are browsing at that time.

How To Create Your Own Blog

Being logged in on frontend and with the permission to create blogs granted you can click on Dashboard from the Blog Menu to create and configure your blog. Depending on your membership plan you can create your own blog. Only Paid members can.
Add a 
Title to your blog and additionally a Description and a Photo for it.
Optionally you can set up the default sizes of the images inserted on your posts, you can set the sizes for 
ThumbnailsMedium and Large images.