It's also possible to use a single blog for both groups. Create a
label for each group, attach that label to each of the posts for that
particular group, and then make sure you've got a link to each
category in your sidebar, or on your top post. (And you can make a
certain post *always* appear at the top of your blog by dating it
sometime in the future -- MT always shows the "newest" post first.)
If you use the tabbed MT template that some of us have, you can also
make each tab a separate group.
I guess it really boils down to the question: do you want each group
to see (to have to see, or to be able to see) the other group's news?
If so, do it all on one blog. If not, create a new blog for the
second group as Jacob suggests.
Richard E. Parent, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of English
Old Mill 435, University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405
Phone (802) 656-3312
Fax (802) 656-3055
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Quoting JZK <[log in to unmask]>:
> Yes you can! I would suggest making a sub blog to do this log into your blog
> and click on the weblogs button and when that window loads click Create New
> Weblog <https://jzklein.blog.uvm.edu/mt/mt.cgi?__mode=view&_type=blog>. Here
> you make another blog. If you have any more question. Write back to UVM
> Blogging <[log in to unmask]>
> Jacob Ziegler Klein
> UVM TechCATS
> On 10/19/07, Michael Wilson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hello Colleagues:
>> I am starting a blog. I have two 4-H news updates that I would like to
>> post on a weekly basis. One if the the 4-H community of Washington County
>> and the other is for Orange County.
>> Question: Can I post two different news updates on the same blog?
>> Michael Wilson
>> 4-H Educator
>> Washington and Orange Counties
>> University of Vermont Extension
>> 617 Comstock Rd.
>> Berlin, VT 05602-9194
>> Phone: 802-223-2389 Ex. 16
>> Toll Free: 1-866-860-1382
>> Fax: 802-223-6500
>> To learn more about 4-H activities, events, e-forms etc., please visit
>> our web page at:
>> www.uvm.edu/~uvmext/4hyouth/ <http://www.uvm.edu/%7Euvmext/4hyouth/>
> Jacob Ziegler Klein
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