Authoring guidelines

The authoring guidelines listed here is meant to be short, and relevant only to this particular blog (photographingtransitofvenus.wordpress.com). If you are new to WordPress, please see “Publish a New Post” (it is short too!) at the WordPress.com support pages.

If you are new to WordPress and you are looking for help on creating a new WordPress.com account which is required in order to post content, please see “the quick start guide“.

Categories

Currently, the blog has the following set of “Categories” into which blog posts can be categorized. The default category is the regular “Updates” category. Please TRY to mark a specific category for your post so that the post can be found easily. Please note that if you don’t assign a specific category, it will be assigned the default category (i.e. “Updates”). As an author if will always be able to change the category anytime after the post has been published. If you need a quick introduction to categories, please see “Categories” in the WordPress.com support page.

Tags

Please use appropriate “tags” for your posts. If you need a quick introduction to tags, please see “Tags” in the WordPress.com support page.

Please try to use the following tags anyway:

  • photographingtransitofvenus
  • Transit of Venus
  • Transit of Venus 2012
  • Venus
  • Venus Transit

Featured Image

Please use “Featured image” as much as possible. The featured image is rendered well when its width is 154 pixels.

Thank you for joining the blog. Happy blogging.

Twitter Hashtags

  • #Venus
  • #Transit
  • #ToV
  • #TransitOfVenus
  • #tov2012
  • #venustransit

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