Blot turns a folder into a blog. When you put ﬁles inside your blog’s folder they become blog posts. Consider watching the video below to see it work in practice. You’ll see how to publish posts and more:
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Published as-is. Metadata can be parsed from a comment at the start of a ﬁle.
Files and folders whose name starts with an underscore are ignored. Ignored ﬁles don’t become blog posts themselves but they can be embedded in posts.
Files in a folder called Drafts are not published. Instead, Blot creates a preview ﬁle which updates as you make changes to your draft. You can share the preview ﬁle with others. Preview ﬁles work on other computers that are connected to the internet.
The ﬁles in your blog’s folder are public. This is useful if you want to embed an image, a video or an audio ﬁle in a blog post. You can also use this to share ﬁles with your readers. For example, given the folder below, your readers can download Archive.zip if they visit /Files/Archive.zip on your blog.