Commit ff8d0544 authored by Jared Pereira's avatar Jared Pereira


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<p> Blogchains are ordered lists of blog posts. They could all be posts on the
same blog, or, posts on multiple websites from multiple authors</p>
<p> Generally, each post in the blog chain will begin with a link out to
an <b>index post</b> and may end with the full list of posts in the chain.</p>
<p> See this <a href="">
channel</a> for more examples of blogchains </p>
<a href="">edit
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<p>This is a site to collect, from around the internet, <i>patterns</i> for blogs</p>
<p> Patterns can be big or small, simple or complex. </p>
You can use these patterns whether your site is running on wordpress, built
with jekyll, or html files in a folder (like this very site)
<li><a href='/blogchains.html'>blogchains</a></li>
<h2>Requests for Patterns</h2>
<li> Make a Pull Request to
this <a href="">gitlab repository </a></li>
<li> Alternatively you can use the gitlab
editor <a href="">
to create a new page</a> modify an existing one. </li>
<h3>New page checklist</h3>
<li>link the stylesheet at the top of the page with <code>&lt;link
href=&quot;/styles.css&quot; rel=&quot;stylesheet&quot;&gt;</code></li>
<li>Add a link back to the homepage with <code>&lt;a href=&quot;/&quot;&gt;;/a&gt;
<li>Title the page with the name of the pattern </li>
<li>Add a link to the bottom to edit the page in github. In the form of <code>
&lt;a href= &quot;;&gt;
edit this page &lt;/a&gt;</code></li>
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