Q. What are Comments?
A. Comments provides visitors with the ability to respond to a specific blog post.
Q. How do I leave a comment?
A. In the upper-right corner of each post, you will see a "Comments" link with the number of comments to date. If you click on this link, the post will expand to display the comments that have been left to date. If you wish to leave your own comment, click on "Post a Comment". This will take you to the comment posting page. There will be a dialog box to type your comment as well as buttons with four identity options. Here are the most popular choices.
- Google Account: Sign in with your Google username (your G-mail address) and your password. Your display name will appear, along with a link to your profile and your photo (if you have one).
- Open ID: Sign in with your LiveJournal, WordPress, TypePad, or AIM username.
- Name/URL: You can enter your name and a link to your website (if you have one), without having to have a Google account.
- Anonymous: No identifying information is displayed. The comment is credited to "Anonymous" without a link.
After you type your comment and select your identity option, fill out the "Word Verification" box, and click the "Publish Your Comment" button.
Q. What's "Green Gab" all about?
A. Green Gab is a way to leave a quick message to the WES Green Club and its readers. You might want to leave a message here for everyone to read instead of leaving a comment on a specific post.
Q. How do I leave a message on "Green Gab"?
A. Leaving a message in the "Green Gab" box is really simple.
- Click on the first box and type your name. Use your real name or a screen name.
- Click on the second box and leave your e-mail address or website address. You can leave this box blank if you wish.
- Click on the third box and type your message.
- Click "Post".
- You can also click on the "Help" button located beneath the "Post" button.
Q. What are Labels all about?
A. Each post has one or more labels attached to it. Labels are ways to group posts that talk about similar topics. For example, if you click on "Recycling" under the Labels heading, all of the posts that talk about recycling will come up. Labels are a good way to search for information about a specific topic. They are also a good way to see the variety of post topics.