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AngelaJohnson
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on 07/16/2012

I'm not totally new - I joined Wizzley in June 2011 and created 6 pages between June and October.  Then, I just quit - just doing too many things at once.


Yesterday, I spent most of the day going through the site and getting familiar with it again.  I've updated two of my pages and plan to update the others before I write new ones.


Question:  When you edit a page, it seems like you're doing it live.  I worked on one page off and on and then when I finished, I couldn't find a "publish" button.  When I looked at the page view, all my edits were already there.  In the future, if I want to edit a page, should I work in Draft mode?  It won't take my original version offline, will it?

 

Looking forward to writing again for Wizzley.

 

 

 


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Jerrico_Usher
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on 07/16/2012

Welcome back Mate'! 

To answer your question, wizzley has no save button, as soon as you save a module or update anything (i.e. change the background) it's automatically saved- this helps avoid lost work because you forgot to save the page. ANy time your not in "page view" your in draft mode- thus anytime your working on it it's being saved and updated live in real time- there are no distinctions like with other sites, you never have to save the page as a whole, every move saves and updates the live article (even if in draft mode after being initially published it updates). You can always unpublish it to edit without it going public.

Jerrico


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AngelaJohnson
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on 07/16/2012

Thanks for the explanation.  This is a little different from other writing sites.  I still have three more older pages to review and perhaps revise and then I'll write new pages.


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JoHarrington
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on 07/16/2012

Hi there!  And it's great to see you active again here.


BrendaReeves
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on 07/16/2012

Welcome back!


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katiem2
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on 07/17/2012

Welcome,  As you can see I'm here even though I'm on vaca.  This is better than social networking sites, love it, it's like being home.  Shhhh don't tell chef he gave me orders to take a break...Sealed


Tolovaj
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on 07/17/2012

It is always a pleasure to see a new face and feel some new energy... So welcome from me too:)


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AngelaJohnson
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on 07/17/2012

I can't figure out how to reply to a comment.


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chefkeem
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on 07/17/2012

 

Burntchestnut: 17. Jul 2012, 10:50

I can't figure out how to reply to a comment.

Simply address the previous commenter by name:

@username - here is my answer to you...


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
chefkeem
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on 07/17/2012

 

katiem2: 17. Jul 2012, 09:04

Welcome,  As you can see I'm here even though I'm on vaca.  This is better than social networking sites, love it, it's like being home.  Shhhh don't tell chef he gave me orders to take a break...Sealed

HA! Gotcha, Katie! Back to the beach - NOW!  Yell


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
AngelaJohnson
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on 07/20/2012

Thank you.  I have one more question and then I'll get off the "newbies" topic.  I just published a new Wizzle and when I clicked on the "publish" button, I got this message: 

"No copied content! Parts of your article were found on other sites:

http://www.carlylelake.com/Fishing/Guide/Catfish/Recipes/herbbaked_...

If you didn't consciously copy any text from another site, either your own or someone else's, simply continue with the publishing process."

 

When I checked out this website address, it has to do with fishing recipes and I had never been on it before.  I couldn't see anything on this page that was related to my Wizzle, so I went ahead and published it.  (called Would You Ever Eat a Horseshoe Sandwich)

 

I assume this notice was from some kind of automatic computer program that searches the internet.  If Wizzley ever thought we duplicated content, would we get a notice about it?

 

 


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chefkeem
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on 07/20/2012

You're correct - it was an automatic response.

I manually checked your article for duplicate content, and it came up with 6% (the recipe). This is still okay, though. No worry.  Smile

You may want to reconsider using "bold" for the entire article. Doesn't look all that great. And if you really wanted to emphasize a word or two, you couldn't do it anymore.


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
chefkeem
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on 07/20/2012

Your question...

If we discover excessive duplicate content on a page, we'll send you a note.


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
AngelaJohnson
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on 07/21/2012

Thanks for answering so quickly.  And I'll go back through my articles and remove the bolding on the text.


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