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Old 05-23-2019, 05:24 PM   #1
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Blog question.

Can I have more than one blog?

I wanted a place to put some information. I created a blog.

Then I wanted to do it again on a different topic, but I don't see how to start a new blog. Maybe it's not possible.
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Old 05-23-2019, 07:43 PM   #2
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The FAQ seem to anticipate only one blog IMO:

https://www.airforums.com/forums/faq.php?faq=vbblog_faq
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The FAQ seem to anticipate only one blog IMO:

https://www.airforums.com/forums/faq.php?faq=vbblog_faq
Yeah, I saw that.
I can edit, but not start a second blog.

Here's my dilemma. Hypothetically, let's say I have a story about renovating a '65 Airstream, so I make a blog.
Later, I find a good way to get dents out of my new Airstream, but it doesn't relate to the '65 renovation. I don't want people to suffer through my renovation if they look for the dent puller.

I guess a "new post" is still the best way. However, posts are limited in how many photos can be attached, and if you make two entries, they get disjointed by people reading one but not both. In other words they don't travel together.

Note: Blogs are limited to 10 photos. So if you have two topics, you can't do show and tell.
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It would seem a new Thread in an appropriate repair section would be a possibility. I don't remember any photo restrictions on a thread.

You might even find an already existing thread about dent repairs and add you it. If you are concerned about posting lengthy in someone else's thread you could always ask them if you can add your like info of the topic.
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Yeah, I saw that.
I can edit, but not start a second blog.

Here's my dilemma. Hypothetically, let's say I have a story about renovating a '65 Airstream, so I make a blog.
Later, I find a good way to get dents out of my new Airstream, but it doesn't relate to the '65 renovation. I don't want people to suffer through my renovation if they look for the dent puller.

I guess a "new post" is still the best way. However, posts are limited in how many photos can be attached, and if you make two entries, they get disjointed by people reading one but not both. In other words they don't travel together.

Note: Blogs are limited to 10 photos. So if you have two topics, you can't do show and tell.
Yes, the photo limit is quite cumbersome for sure.

I was recently writing and ran into that limit pretty quick. My alternative was just to post it on a personal blog, like this.

Either way, I hope you find your solution!
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