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- Who has access to NYU Blogs?
- How do I log into NYU Blogs?
- How do I create a blog?
- How do I delete a blog?
Who has access to NYU Blogs?
NYU Wikis is available to all NYU current faculty, staff, affiliates, and students with NYU email accounts. With proper sponsorship, University affiliates may also access the NYU Blogs server.
How do I log into NYU Blogs?
You can log in to NYU Blogs at http://blogs.nyu.edu.
Direct your browser to http://blogs.nyu.edu and click the Login link in the upper-right corner of the NYU Blogs homepage. Enter your NetID and password when prompted.
How do I create a blog?
- Go to the main blogs page at http://blogs.nyu.edu.
- Click the Login link at the top right-hand corner. Use your NetID/password to authenticate.
- Click the Create a new weblog link to continue.
- Type in the name you wish to use for your blog and hit the return key. Your blog's name will show up in the Blog Address URL. Note, spaces and non-alpha characters in your blog's name will not appear in your blog's URL. Instead, to separate words, use a dot (.) or a dash (-). Your blog address will contain your NetID and the name you choose. For example, if your NetID is aqe123 and you chose the blog name "Science is Cool", your blog URL would be:
- Click the Create my Blog button.
How do I delete a blog?
Note: Once a page is deleted, it cannot be undone. ITS cannot retrieve accidentally deleted pages.
If you've created a blog site that you no longer wish to use, do the following to remove the blog and all entry and comment content:
- Click the Main Menu link.
- From the right-hand System Shortcuts menu, select the option for Weblogs.
- Put a checkmark in the box next to the blog that you wish to remove.
- Click the trash can icon on the right side to delete the blog. You'll be prompted with "Are you sure you want to delete this weblog?". If you're certain that you wish to remove the blog and all entry and comment content, click OK.
- The blog will be removed.
Note: The blog chosen for deletion must be populated with content.
Page last reviewed: December 22, 2009