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Old 10-17-2012, 04:34 PM   #1
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Default Need advice on specific type of site

I want to make a website, and would prefer not to code my own web pages. And what I want to put on the site is articles I write. The first thing that comes to mind is "blogs," except they all seem to be linear, scrolling back in time. They all offer archives, which implies less immediacy to the older articles. I don't want this.

I want every article to have equal footing, except be able to control which one appears on the main page. The rest would be reached via an alphabetical list of titles, or by using a search mechanism. I'd also like people to be able to tweet or do whatever it is they do these days to spread the word about something.

Do you know of an automated site gizmo that might do this. I've already searched on my own and tried to see if blogs can do this, but it's all overwhelming.

   
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