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Qumana Blog Manager

Qumana Blog Manager

Qumana is an easy-to-use desktop blog publishing tool designed to provide users with the freedom to write, edit and post to one or more blogs.

The user does not need to know any HTML to be able to compose blogs.

 Qumana 3.2.4

Price
Free to download

Size
10.0MB
License

Freeware

Developer
Qumana.com

Website
www.qumana.com

System Requirements
Java Runtime Environment

Support Sites:
User Guide, Twitter

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Offline editing
  • Ad insertion with Q Ads built-in to the editor
  • Customize ad design
  • Instant tag insertion - tags are special links within a post that categorize the content
  • Easy cross posting
  • WYSIWYG editor, as easy as email
  • Clean interface with easy-to-understand buttons
  • Spell check with 'as you type' option
  • Technorati tagging - Technorati is a blog search engine that allows people to search for information by keywords or categories, also known as tags
  • Source view option to edit HTML
  • Save posts as drafts, or edit old posts, from the Blog Manager
  • Easy image uploads and image alignment
  • DropPad - gather links, text, and pictures by dragging them to a desktop pad
  • Multi-window editing
  • Seamless posting and cross-posting
  • Trackback & pinging
  • Rich media management
  • Supports the following blog platforms:
    • Angelfire
    • Blogger/Blogspot
    • BlogHarbor
    • Blogware
    • Bryght
    • DiaryLand
    • Drupal
    • LiveJournal
    • Movable Type
    • Tripod
    • TypePad
    • Roller
    • SquareSpace
    • Wordpress.com
    • Wordpress.org
    • Lycos Blog Builder
    • Most platforms that support the Blogger, MoveableType or MetaWeblog API's

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