Blot is a blogging platform with no interface. It creates a special folder in your Dropbox and automatically publishes files you put inside. You can organize your blog’s folder however you like.
All of these files become blog posts automatically when you put them somewhere inside your blog’s folder:
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# Formatting You can use *Markdown*, a lightweight markup language for plain text files. Use it for links, headings, lists and much more.
Files in a folder called ‘Drafts’ are not published. Instead, Blot creates a preview file which updates as you make edits.
Files in a folder called ‘Pages’ become pages instead of blog posts. They are added to your blog’s menu.
Date: June 19th, 2018 Permalink: /metadata Metadata must start on the file’s first line and must be separated from the rest of the post by at least one blank line. You must leave a space after the colon.
Every file in your blog’s folder is public. Use this feature to distribute files to your readers and embed media in blog posts.Guide to public files
Blot ignores files and folders whose name starts with an underscore. Ignored files are public but don’t become blog posts.