testing scribefire

UPDATE: Formatting was really, really screwed up. (I did enter the urls by hand, so that might be a problem. But so are the lack of paragraph breaks scribefire outputted - it put br/ in there, but Drupal didn't do anything with it.

And no tags, which is a deal-breaker.
/UPDATE

Just a test to see if scribefire works for my Drupal site. (It should.)

I will admit it took me a while to figure things out My biggest hurdle was the BlogAPI module that I had to enable. Well, not just enable, but configure. (Drupal likes its settings! Thanks to the Bulahema site for the settings page tip.

As far as I can see, the biggest problem is with the tags - I can get a list of tags from Scribefire in the Categories tab, but I'm not quite sure how to add new ones. Well, there's an option for tags I just saw in the categories tab that I'll attempt to use.

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Anonymous's picture

Hi there,

This is Eliana, from the ScribeFire team. Your feedback is extremely helpful and valuable. Would you be so kind as to send it to our support team? Support@scribefire.com. From there we can attend to it in a much more efficient manner!

Thank you!

Anonymous's picture

Hey,

Have you tried using the categories bit to do tabs? If you have one already made, you can tick beside it. Otherwise, there is an "add" button.