Blog manager extension allows the customers to create blog posts on the store. The admin can manage the blogs, bloggers, and comments.
OverviewBack to top
With the help of blog manager extension, the store owner can add blog functionality to the store. A separate page is created for the blogs, where all the customers' posts are visible. The admin can manage the blog posts, create categories, permit bloggers, view and delete comments from the back-end panel.
The blog manager extension allows anyone to view the blog posts. The customers can go to 'My Account' menu and click 'Blog' option. The guest users can also share their views and opinions using the comments section.
Use Case of Blog Manager -
Every online store needs a blog page where the customers can share their views or opinions about the various topics that are relevant to the store. The blog manager extension provides a functionality where permitted customers can publish a post on the store. The post can be related to the product reviews, shopping tips, shopping experiences, etc. The admin has the full control over the blog page.
Features of Blog Manager -
- The admin can specify the word limit for the blog post.
- The admin can allow or disallow any customer to create posts.
- The admin can approve, disapprove or delete the comments.
- Anyone can view the blogs without even logging into the store.
- A guest user can also add a comment on the post.
- The admin can delete the blog post from the back-end.
- The customers can edit or delete the submitted posts.
- The customers can add meta keyword, meta description, tags, images, links in the post.
- The admin can create multiple categories for the blog.
Workflow of Blog Manager -
First, the admin needs to set the word limit for the post. Then, the admin needs to create categories for the blog, the admin can go to 'Webkul Blog>Categories>Add New Category'.
After that, the admin needs to permit the customers for allowing them to create a blog post. The admin will go to 'Webkul Blog>Manage Bloggers' and select the customer from the list and then select 'Is permitted' option from the Actions menu.
On the front end, the permitted customers will find the 'Blog' option in My Account section. For creating a new post, the customers can click 'Add New' option. The customers will first select the category and enter the post title, meta, keywords, meta description, content, and add any tags. After saving the post, it will be published on the blog page automatically.
The admin can manage the posts by going to Webkul Blog>Manage Blog. The admin can view or delete the post and the comments.
Benefits of Blog Manager -
Blog manager extension provides a platform to the customers as well the store owner, where anyone can share their thoughts, opinions, or views about the store. The customers can publish various articles related to products, shipping, shopping experience, long-term reviews, etc. The blog page is open for everyone, any user without logging into the store can visit the blog page.
Demo - You can check the live demo here.
Release NotesBack to top
- Compatible with CE: 1.6 1.6.1 18.104.22.168 1.7 1.8 1.8.1 1.9 1.9.1 1.9.2 1.9.3
- Stability: Stable Build
-------------------------------- Version 2.0.1 --------------------------------------
+ By using this module customers can write/update his posts on blog .
+ Proper blog management like add/edit/delete from customers’ account.
+ Add/edit/delete blog categories.
+ Add posts via created category from customers’ account.
+ Each customer can see blog by visiting blog page.
+ Any user can comment on any post of customer.
+ Admin can manage all blog and it’s comment.
+ Admin can perform approved/unapproved/delete action for particular customers’ blog.
+ Admin also provide permission to customers for add post on blog.
+ Admin can set Blogger approval method, blog approval method, comment display method.
+ Mail sent to blog user when admin approves/disapproves blog user.
+ Mail sent to bloggers when admin approves/disapproves bloggers posts.
+ Mail sent to bloggers when any user posts any comment on their blog.