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The Great Blogging Software

BlogJet is a desktop blogging application that greatly simplifies posting to your blog. It is user-friendly, easy to use and elegant. Emphasize Your Viewpoint. You can make text bold, italics or even change colors and fonts, create numbered and bulleted lists. BlogJet displays text in editor so it looks the same as it will appear in browser. They call it WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get). 

Pros
  1. User Friendly


      With an option to change the look by choosing one of number of available themes.
  2. Basic Color Coded HTML Editor
  3. Word Count
  4. Tag Support
  5. Auto Replace
  6. For lazy typist (like me); words that you commonly type can be configured to be replaced automatically.
  7. Thumbnail Image support
  8. Support FTP Upload
  9. Voice Recorder (Attachment) Uploader
  10. Customizable Ping List
Cons
  1. No HTML Code Blocks.


      To insert a block of code, you would need to switch the HTML Editor, locate the position in the post where you want the code to appear, type it, then switch back to the WYSIWYG
  2. Sloopy Code


      If the blogger isn’t careful. Some of the afflictions included empty and unclosed paragraph tags, and random non-breaking spaces. (No Idea why, did nothing out of the ordinary which awould generate them)
  3. No Way to strip paragraph tags
  4. Inflexible toolbar


      Adding or removing option from the visible toolbars is not possible, and logical item (i.e. save icon, open icon, font formatting, and so forth) are removed. Though shortcut key are favorable, it’s still nice to allow the user to decide which lesser used icons should disappear and which oft used icons should be included in the toolbar.
  5. Borks Previosly published Wordpress entries


      Wordpress doesn’t used paragraph tags when it saves a post from the admin panel, therefore, when you download the entry into blogjet. It lumps the content all into one giant blob with no logical divisions

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