KB Categories: Front End Post and Submission

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Mar 9

Post Formats

Godinterest provides the following front-end post formats: Story. Best for text stories. Open List. For images, videos and/or embeds. Users can contribute by submitting new items. Ranking (order) is based on votes. Ranked List. For images and/or embeds. Users can’t contribute. Ranking (order) is based on votes. Classic List. For images and/or embeds. Users can’t…

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Posts – you can think of them as standard blogs. Example: User creates new “Open List”. Other users may contribute to it. Submissions – children of a post. They are similar, in behaviour, to posts but cannot exist alone. Example: User adds new “Submission” to an existing open list.

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  Here are steps involved in new contribution process: User visits one of the existing open lists. After all items, there’s a new item form. User uploads an image, video or adds an embed. Fill required fields and submit an item for a review. Now, the submitted item is waiting  to be approved in the…

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Here’s how the standard submission process, from post creation to final approval, works: User clicks the “+ Create” button on the homepage of Godinterest  http://godinterest.com Choose one of the available formats (e.g. Create open list). Upload images, videos, sound files or add embeds. Fill required fields and submit a post for a review. Now, the…

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What is duplicate content? Duplicate content is content that appears on the Internet in more than one place. That “one place” is defined as a location with a unique website address (URL) – so, if the same content appears at more than one web address, you’ve got duplicate content. Duplicate content can impact search engine…