During the time that I've been using Weebly, I've noticed that some of its features deserve to be highlighted as tips or hints.

Today's problem is, how to find an old Weebly post for editting. The answer is in "Weebly Tip #2: Edit Articles via the Weebly Archive".
"Weebly Archive List" image by Mike DeHaan
I had begun a separate blog of Weebly tips; here is today's. That blog is still extremely small, so I'm open to suggestions.

Publicity for the Weebly Archive Tip

As with all my articles, I also publicize this one in DeHaan Services ("A Weebly Tip about Your Archive") and in my Xanga blog ("Archive this Weebly Tip").

Writing Tip from my Weebly Tip

This writing tip started as an observation I had made many years ago.

My employer sent me on a quick computer programming course led by a consultant. Her qualification for teaching this course was largely due to her success in using the software she taught.

I'm not sure whether she had taken a formal "course" in the material herself, but she certainly had learned on the job. She had also taken notes and organized the information very well.

I'm following her pattern in writing my Weebly tips.

Today's writing tip is to pay attention to what you are learning and what you find you need to learn. If you learn it well enough to use, can you "take it to the next level" so you can organize it into material that you can teach? If so, write about it.

That's what I'm doing with the Weebly tips.

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