Manage Your Blog from Your Live Site

We’ve made it quick and convenient for you to manage your blog like a boss! First Publish your site, then login directly to your live website on desktop or mobile. Make sure you sign in with your Wix account, so you’ll be logged in as the admin to your blog. You can manage your blog and post from your live website. Just log in to your blog with your Wix account. Now you’re ready to write, edit and manage posts. Just click Create a Post and hit Publish. That’s it. It’s live for all your readers to see. Plus, you can manage all your post comments too - see what people are saying, like or delete comments & more. If you’ve been working on a post and want to come back to it later, save it as a d

Design a Stunning Blog

Your Wix Blog comes with 8 beautiful layouts to choose from. Whether you prefer a trendy postcard look or you’re going for a more editorial style blog - there’s something stunning for everyone. From your blog's settings, choose a layout for your blog feed that suits your style. For example, a tiled layout is popular for helping visitors easily discover more posts that interest them. Or, choose a classic single column layout that lets readers scroll down and see your post topics one by one. The full post layout opens the entire post in an endless scroll. Every layout comes with the latest social features built in. Readers will be able to easily share posts on social networks like Facebook and

Blog on the Go

With Wix Blog you can do everything from your phone: write posts, follow members, manage comments & more. After you publish simply go to your live site on mobile and log in with with your Wix account. Front row at a fashion show? Just ate the best pasta ever? Tell the world right away! You can post anywhere, anytime from your phone whenever inspiration strikes. Create new posts, edit existing ones, save drafts or publish - you can do it all, even when you’re away from your desk. Your work will automatically look and work great on both desktop and mobile. #vacation

Organize Your Blog With Categories

Categories are a great way to keep your posts organized. They also help visitors explore more content that interests them. Every time you write a post, you can add it up to 3 different categories. Those categories will then appear in your blog’s navigation menu, so choose categories that you normally post about and also serve as the main topics of your blog, e.g., Food, Fashion, Travel, etc. Each category of your blog has its own page that’s fully customizable. Add a catchy title, a brief description and a beautiful image to the category page header. Here’s a tip: For easy navigation, it’s best to keep your category names short – 1 to 2 word titles. And for a clean look on your blog’s naviga

Grow Your Blog Community

With Wix Blog, you’re not only sharing your voice with the world, you can also grow an active online community. Readers can become engaged members of your blog who like to share their thoughts, ideas and discover interesting people. See All Your Members Readers can easily sign up to become members of your blog and get a personal profile page. Members can follow one another and be followed, they can check out each other’s profiles, see what people have liked or commented on, and get notifications. You can view all blog members by clicking the Members icon in the login bar. Tip: To quickly find individual members, use the Member search bar and sort by option. #dream

How to Delete This Post

Ready to delete this post and add your own? You can do it when you’re logged in to your live site or in Preview Mode. Simply click on the More Options icon (the 3 dots that appears on the post) and hit Delete Post. You can also head to Settings > Manage Posts and delete any post from there. We recommend you first explore what you can do in this blog layout. Click through the category pages to discover some of the great features this blog has to offer and learn a few blogging tips along the way!

Add Images, Videos & Style Your Text

Adding images and videos to your posts is a great way to grab readers’ attention. Writing a text post? You can style it too with bold, italics, quotes & more! Looking for fresh design options? Then we’ve got you covered. Make each post look exactly the way you want by styling your text. Images & Videos You can also customize the look of your videos and images. Make them widescreen or small - whatever you prefer. You have complete control of how your post will look on desktop and mobile. Paragraph Alignment You can align your paragraphs left, right or center and place them to the right or left of your images. Subtitles & Quotes Add subtitles to let readers easily skim longer posts or quotes t

Hashtag Your Posts

Love to #hashtag? Good news! You can add tags (#vacation #dream #summer) throughout your posts to reach more people. Why hashtag? Hashtags are like labels for content that people can search with to find relevant posts. Using hashtags can expand your post reach and help people find the content that matters to them. So go ahead and #hashtag away! Tip: Use hashtags to describe what your post is about.

Add Blog Writers

Adding writers is a great way to bring more fresh and diverse content to your blog. Whether you’re running a small business or a large magazine publication, add multiple writers to grow your content and keep it fresh and diversified. You know what they say, content is king so bringing more contributing voices to the topic at hand is an effective way of turning your blog into a thriving online community. You can turn any existing member into a writer for your blog and manage them. Writers can create new posts and manage their comments. Here’s how to do it: Head to your Member’s Page Search the member you want to make a writer Click on the member’s profile Click the 3 dot icon on the Follow bu

Winter 2018 Wild & Woolly

The Winter 2018 issue of Wild & Woolly has been published to the web. Wild & Woolly is a quarterly newsletter for sheep and goat producers. It is published by University of Maryland Extension. The newsletter can be accessed from the home page of the Maryland Small Ruminant Page at https://www.sheepandgoat.com. Direct links PDF ISSUU To receive email notification when a new issue of the newsletter has been published, subscribe to the newsletter listserv by sending an email to listserv@listserv.umd.edu. In the body of the message, write subscribe sheepandgoatnews.

New Product for Lambs/Kids

Immu-Prime® is a new bioactive product for lambs and kids. It can be given to newborns. For best results, the company recommends a single dose (two pumps) for 4 consecutive days. The first dose should be given soon after birth, ideally before colostrum, as it improves colostrum absorption. Immu-Prime® is also recommended for stressed lambs and kids. The product is sold in a 250 ml bottle and can be purchased directly from the manufacturer: Sterling Technology Bioactive Solutions. It is also available from major animal health distributors and some animal health farm stores and veterinarians. Currently, no studies have been conducted with lambs and kids. However, studies with calves and pigle

2018 Junior Sheep & Goat Skillathon

The 2018 Junior Sheep & Goat Skillathon will be held Sunday, May 6, 8 a.m. to 12 noon, at the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival, at the Howard County Fairgrounds in West Friendship, Maryland. The contest is open to individuals and teams of youth, age 8-18, from any county, state, or program.. Youth compete according to their age as of January 1: junior, 8-10; intermediate, 11-13; and senior, 14-18. Teams consist of 3-4 youth from the same county, state, or program. All skillathon stations will pertain to sheep, goats, and/or fiber. Study resources are available at www.sheepandgoat.com/skillathon. Premiums, ribbons, and t-shirts are provided by the Maryland Sheep Breeders Association. Pre-regi

2018 Maryland Shearing School

The 2018 Maryland Shearing School will be held Friday and Saturday, April 20-21, 2018, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m, at Ridgely Thompson's farm, 1942 Uniontown Road, Westminster, MD 21157. The school is open to anyone who wants to learn to shear sheep. Ownership of a sheep or a desire to become a commercial sheep shearer is preferred. Minimum age is 15. Participation is limited to 16. The New Zealand method of shearing will be taught. Instructors include Aaron Geiman, Agriscience teacher in Carroll County, and Emily Chamelin, Professional shearer. Blade shearing will not be taught. Pre-registration is required by April 1. The registration fee is $100. It includes an ASI shearing notebook and ins

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