TNWiki Article Spotlight – Authoring Blog and Wiki Content with Expression Web


Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday.

Do you own a blog? Do you write a lot of wiki articles? If yes, how do you write them? Directly in your browser or do you use Word?

But here’s another option: use Expression Web. The article I like to present today is already two years old, but it is still good. Authoring blog and wiki content with Expression Web shows how you can use Expression Web to author your wiki articles or blog posts. Starting with how you can create and author a topic, run a spell check, it also shows you how you can upload your content to your blog or to a wiki.

To keep it short, let me ask you two question: How do you blog or write your articles? What do you use? Let me know and leave a comment.

– German Ninja Jan (Twitter, BlogProfile)

Comments (2)

  1. Kurt Hudson MSFT says:

    Great spotlight. I didn't catch the article all those years ago. I am so glad for the highlight. I created a shortcut link to the download aka.ms/OfflineWikiEditor. Thanks for the original article and the highlight of that article. Good job!

  2. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    Yeah that article is still super impressive to me. Even more valuable now that Expression Web is free!