How does ScribeFire work?
ScribeFire Blog Editor
ScribeFire, an extension of Firefox ®, enables users to easily drag and drop formatted text from the Web into their blog(s), post entries, take notes, and optimize their ad inventory, directly through the Firefox browser.
Getting started with the ScribeFire Blog Editor
(If you haven't already installed ScribeFire, read these installation instructions.)
Once ScribeFire is installed you will be able to quickly and easily update your blog. Start by opening the Scribefire window in your browser
When ScribeFire opens, an account wizard will appear to help you connect to your blog. Here is a list of the blogging services that are compatible with ScribeFire). Fill in the required information and submit. Your blog will immediately be listed in the right-hand pane of your browser:
With ScribeFire it’s easy to post to your blog, just enter text in the main editor panel of ScribeFire, give it a title...
...and click the Publish button:
That's all there is to it! ScribeFire posts the entry to your blog immediately. Your blog title will also appear in the right sidebar enabling you to go back and edit or delete your post.
Additionally ScribeFire allows you to:
- Categorize and tag your blog posts
- Upload images
- Set timestamps
- Save works-in-progress as notes
- Post an entry as a draft
- Share your posts on social websites
- Upload files via FTP
ScribeFire - How It Works
Technorati Tags: firefox extension, tech geek, geek cool, yamagoo, dj greggie c, dj greg c, blogging, blog, free software