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This article provides answers to frequently asked questions about UO Blogs
A list of the available themes for UO Blogs.
This article provides instructions on how to import content from another blog.
The Submission Form Creator Plugin allows you to insert contact forms into your blog posts or pages.
This plugin allows you to add a Google webfont drop down menu to your visual editor with 291 different font choices.
This plugin provides you with a widget that will allow you or your users search the UO Libraries catalog or available databases from your site!
A list of available plugins usable on UO Blogs.
This plugin allows you to use a widget to display a non-hierarchical list of your post tags. This widget provides number formatting options for your tag list.
The UO Banner plugin adds a UO banner to the top of your site. This banner has the official UO logo and links that are required into your sites header and footer. (See https://digital.uoregon.edu/web-standards for more information about UO web standards). The plugin provides support for displaying contact information, location and map settings, custom page width, custom HTML content, social media links, and a mobile-friendly menu.
UO Blogs has the ability to map to custom '.uoregon.edu' domains. For example, UO Blogs sites ('blogs.uoregon.edu/<sitename>') can be mapped to a '<sitename>.uoregon.edu'.

If are you interested in having your UO Blogs site mapped to a '.uoregon.edu ' domain, please read through the guidelines and fill out the form below. If your request meets the specified guidelines, the Tech Desk will process your request and you will be contacted when your site has successfully been mapped.
When you set up a blog you have the ability to assign and control what other users can do in the blog depending on the tasks you want each user to be responsible for. This page details how to change those roles.
When you set up a blog you have the ability to assign and control what other users can do in the blog depending on the tasks you want each user to be responsible for. The five roles you can assign users on a blog are: Administrator; Editor; Author; Contributor; and Subscriber.
How to get a custom theme in Blogs.
Guest policy for UO blogs.
Info on how to set up a Blogs page for the first time.