Editing my post

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Brian Narelle (unverified)

09 Jan, 2019 09:18 PM

I just misspelled the title on my blog and can not figure out how to make a simple edit (correction).

  1. 1 Posted by Nova Land on 10 Jan, 2019 06:00 AM

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    Editing a comment after it's been posted is something that can't be done, but editing an article after you post it (including editing the title to an article you post) is fairly simple.

    First, open a page with the published article. On any article you publish there should be a button saying Edit on the left side of the page. (It appears right above the PUBLISHED TO section.)

    Found it? Okay, click it. That will open the article in draft mode -- just like when you were composing it before you published it. And now you can edit any part of it, including the title, the same way you edited during the composing process.

    Once you've made all the corrections you want to make, look at the right-hand side. There should be a button there inside a white box saying PUBLISH CHANGES. Click it. A dialog box will come up asking you if you're sure. Click to indicate that yes, you are sure. You'll be returned to the published article, but now it will have the changes you made and anyone who opens it will now see the revised version.

  2. 2 Posted by Nova Land on 12 Jan, 2019 06:43 PM

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    Hmm. Several days later, I see the title on that article is still "Trump Tandrum" rather than "Trump Tantrum", so it looks like either my instructions weren't clear on how to edit or you haven't seen them yet. I'll KosMail them to you later today if this bump to the help desk thread doesn't bring them to your attention.

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